Deliv, which recently landed $28 million in Series B funding from UPS, powers the same-day and next-day delivery options available on a host of retail websites, including ecommerce companies, omnichannel retail giants like Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s, and even floral and recipe subscription services.

Street Fight recently caught up with Deliv CEO and Founder Daphne Carmeli — who will be a speaker at Street Fight Summit West tomorrow in San Francisco — to talk about the company’s origins, what sets today’s delivery startups apart from their fallen predecessors, and the relationship between delivery startups and brick-and-mortar retailers.

Tell me a little about where the idea for Deliv came from.
We were founded four years ago, and one of the things that most distinguishes us from anybody else is we ourselves are not a marketplace. We don’t sell anything. We are a B2B service. So when you go online to a national omnichannel retailer such as Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s and Best Buy and

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Source: Street Fight