DoorDash, for better or worse, has turn out to be an example of the 2016 VC funding natural environment. After reportedly failing to raise at a $one billion valuation, the firm experienced to settle for a flat round. So what took place, and how will it have an affect on the firm heading ahead — and other providers in the on-desire house, much too?

So we’re thrilled to announce that DoorDash CEO Tony Xu, alongside with Sequoia Capital spouse Alfred Lin, will be becoming a member of us at TechCrunch Disrupt NY to answer people concerns.

And, of class, Xu and Lin are each deeply entrenched in the on-desire house, which is also going through a ton of scrutiny about the viability of on-desire economics. We’ll want to listen to all about that, and a lot more, from Xu and Lin, alongside with the latest state of fundraising and what it is like to operate a startup in 2016.

Lin, in addition to sitting down on the board of DoorDash, is also on the board of Houzz, Airbnb and Stella & Dot. Right before becoming a member of Sequoia Capital he served as the chief running officer of Zappos until eventually 2010. He’s targeted on client technology and organization at Sequoia Capital.

Right before starting up up DoorDash, Xu was a product or service lead at Sq.. He led the firm to elevating close to $187 million in complete in undertaking financing. DoorDash delivers food items from regional dining establishments in its markets, a house that is turning into more and more crowded with competitors like Postmates and, a lot more not too long ago, UberEats.

But the assistance has established well-liked sufficient to attract substantial investor fascination, irrespective of its described fundraising challenges this yr. We’ll listen to a ton a lot more about how the entire house performs, and the long term of DoorDash, in May at Disrupt NY.

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