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Deliverr is one of LinkedIn’s 2020 Top Startups in the USA

Deliverr is honored to be named one of LinkedIn’s Top 2020 Startups!

The list highlights emerging, resilient startups to watch. We believe this is a reflection of Deliverr’s employees continually putting our merchants first and working with an extreme sense of ownership to help solve merchants problems.

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At Deliverr, our team makes an impact across thousands of merchants. We’re a group of engineers, product experts, customer champions, operations masters, and designers, looking for intelligent, driven and passionate people to help make our vision a reality.

“Deliverr offers the ability to have an influential voice impacting the product, merchant experience and company culture.” – Ben Ryan Schwartz

In 2020, Deliverr grew from 54 employees to 125 year-to-date and we’re still in high growth mode. Visit our careers page and join us!

FAQs

The common questions and corresponding answers below are from LinkedIn.

What is the LinkedIn Top Startups list?

LinkedIn Top Startups is an annual ranking of the emerging startups to work for —globally. Top Startups is produced by the LinkedIn News team using a combination of proprietary platform data and editorial expertise. In the wake of COVID-19, the 2020 list reflects the current state of the economy and the world, showcasing emerging and resilient startups and how they’re navigating the ever changing world of work.

Top Startups helps professionals discover companies across a wide range of industries, and arms them with the information they need to know before applying for their next job. Bringing our vision of creating economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce to life is more important than ever, and delivering timely and relevant content can help professionals better navigate this landscape.

What are LinkedIn Lists?

“LinkedIn Lists” is a LinkedIn News series that celebrates the people and companies making an impact in the professional world. LinkedIn publishes three flagship lists each year (Top Companies, Top Startups and Top Voices) in a growing number of countries. All three lists are fueled by a combination of proprietary LinkedIn data and the editorial expertise of the global LinkedIn News team.

How is a start-up defined?

A startup is defined as a company that is independent and privately held, has 50 or more employees, is 7 years old or younger, and is headquartered in the country on whose list they appear. We exclude all staffing firms, think tanks, non-profits, accelerators, philanthropy & VC firms and government-owned entities. Startups who have laid off 20% or more of their workforce within the methodology time frame are also ineligible.

What is the methodology? Did it change at all from last year to this year?

The Top Startups methodology is fueled by a combination of LinkedIn data and an editorial reporting lens. Rather than relying on questionnaires, it measures the behavior of over a half billion members on LinkedIn focused on four core areas: employment growth, engagement with the company and its current employees, job interest and attraction of top talent.

LinkedIn is committed to launching a credible list that both job seekers and companies trust. Due to the volatile nature of startups, our eligibility requirements and LinkedIn member actions, the results of this list are expected to naturally change year over year.

There were no changes to the methodology. However, this year we are only looking at data from January through July 2020 (rather than a 12-month lookback) to ensure we are capturing startups that are emerging and resilient in the era of COVID-19.

Is this a global list?

Yes. This year, we plan to release 14 regional lists in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, the U.K. and the U.S.; Italy, Singapore and Spain will also launch this year for the first time.

What are LinkedIn Lists?

“LinkedIn Lists” is a LinkedIn News series that celebrates the people and companies making an impact in the professional world. LinkedIn publishes three flagship lists each year (Top Companies, Top Startups and Top Voices) in a growing number of countries. All three lists are fueled by a combination of proprietary LinkedIn data and the editorial expertise of the global LinkedIn News team. How is a start-up defined?

A startup is defined as a company that is independent and privately held, has 50 or more employees, is 7 years old or younger, and is headquartered in the country on whose list they appear. We exclude all staffing firms, think tanks, non-profits, accelerators, philanthropy & VC firms and government-owned entities. Startups who have laid off 20% or more of their workforce within the methodology time frame are also ineligible.

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