A startup has raised $200,000 in Series A funding, the latest round of funding for the delivery delivery startup Dominos.
The round, led by Founders Fund, was led by former Google executive and Dominos co-founder Michael Tofan.
Tofan is also co-CEO of the company’s delivery business, which delivers pizza to consumers at their local gas stations.
The company also offers the ability to book your own delivery.
“Dominos’ business model is simple, but incredibly effective,” Tofam said in a statement.
“We are working with Dominos’ core customers to make Dominos a truly global service, leveraging the power of Domino to empower consumers to drive their daily lives.”
Tofam added that Dominos will be expanding its delivery service into areas outside of the U.S. and Canada.
“Our focus is on expanding our delivery footprint to other countries and regions,” TOFam said.
“This expansion will help us to grow into new markets and increase our ability to meet growing demand.”
Dominos has raised more than $600 million since the company was founded in 2009, including $160 million in funding from Andreessen Horowitz and $200 million from Founders Fund.
Tanden and Tofin are also partners on the Domino platform, which was acquired by Pizza Hut in 2017.
Tovolo, which launched in October 2016, was the first delivery service to offer delivery to its customers through Google’s Chrome browser, and it has since expanded to other mobile apps.
It is now available in more than 100 countries, including Brazil, India, Mexico, Australia, China, and Canada, and Tovolo has a total of 6,000 employees.
Toledo-based Dominos is also working with Uber and UberX to expand its delivery services to new markets.