Postmates

postmates

Postmates Delivery Service

Postmates was founded in 2011 by Sam Street, Sean Plaice, and Bastian Lehmann and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
In December 2014, Postmates opened its application programming interface to merchants to allow small businesses to compete for speedy delivery of consumer goods with larger companies such as Amazon. It is currently being tested with Starbucks, McDonald’s, Chipotle, 7-Eleven, the Apple Store, Walgreens, and Curbside. The company announced in December 2014 that it had completed its millionth delivery and that it had over 6,000 drivers in its network.
In June 2015, Postmates announced that they had surpassed 2.5 million deliveries across 28 markets and expanded their fleet to 13,000 couriers.
In September 2015, Postmates unveiled a revamped version of its app, dubbed Postmates 3.0, which features category discovery, delivery tracking, gifting and estimated delivery times.

Postmates Requirements

To be a Postmate you must take pride in delivering exceptional customer service. There are a few other basic requirements – you must be over 18; own a bike, car, truck, scooter or motorcycle; have a valid driver’s license; and have an upbeat and positive attitude.Choose your own hours! Ride or drive for Postmates whenever you’d like.

Availabel Cities

San Francisco Bay Area (San Francisco, East Bay, South Bay), Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Austin, Washington D.C., Miami, Orange County, San Diego, Seattle, Las Vegas, Houston, Dallas, Portland, Phoenix, Denver, San Antonio, Atlanta, Charlotte, Minneapolis, Nashville, Virginia Beach, Long Beach and Sacramento. Keep checking back; postmates expanding to new cities all the time

Who Might Apply for postmates?

Some are local parents or college students looking to have fun and earn spending money in their free time. Other applicants come from backgrounds like delivery driver (CDL/Fedex/UPS/truck driver), bike courier, Uber driver, Lyft driver, Instacart shopper, Caviar courier, Sidecar driver, and Grubhub Seamless delivery person. Other Postmates were warehouse and shipping managers, retail associates, or limo drivers. Anyone with a vehicle and a customer-service mentality can get in on the action!