Check out the latest interviews and articles about BevSpot in the news.
A study on cocktail profitability by BevSpot was featured in Nightclub & Bar.
BevSpot was featured in this article put together by BizImply that lists top bar and restaurant apps.
A study on the ordering habits of Chicago bars by BevSpot was featured in Eater Chicago.
A study on the year’s most-ordered liquor brands by BevSpot was featured in Maxim.
BevSpot’s Drink Price Calculator is featured alongside a conversation with BevSpot CEO Rory Crawford in Tales of the Cocktail.
BevSpot CEO Rory Crawford chats with Startup Boston Podcast about starting the company and the biggest trends happening in the bar and restaurant industry.
BevSpot was featured on Venturebeat after raising $11 million in a Series B round led by Bain Capital Ventures.
BevSpot made Boston Business Journal’s list of Best Places to Work for 2016!
After attending the Nightclub and Bar Show in Las Vegas, BevSpot was featured in the new product tech roundup.
BevSpot CEO chats with David Sangwell of BartenderHQ for a video podcast.
Want to know what it’s like to work at one of Boston’s fastest growing tech startups? Learn all about BevSpot’s team and culture.
A Q+A with BevSpot CEO Rory Crawford for Cheers Magazine.
Learn all about the BevSpot Engineering team’s background, education, and what makes each member so passionate about working at BevSpot.
BevSpot CEO Rory Crawford tells his founding story for HourlyNerd.
Boston Magazine covers the story behind BevSpot’s launch, the journey since, and what’s in store for the future.
Bostinno asks Boston startup founders to dish on the rejections that benefitted them in the long run.
BevSpot is working with Boston’s top restaurants and has big plans for the future.
BevSpot raises Series A funding round, led by Bain Capital Ventures.
BevSpot is saving Beverage Managers time and money through ordering, inventory and more.
Rich Doyle, Co-Founder of Harpoon Brewery, invests in BevSpot and acts as a strategic advisor for the startup.
Entrepreneurs and technology experts from Harvard Business School and MIT launch BevSpot to help alcohol retailers.
Working out of Harvard’s Innovation Lab, BevSpot raises a $700,000 seed funding round.