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We are using technology to change the way food is delivered to the customer; making sure that food is hot, fresh and just out of the kitchen

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THE REVOLUTION IS HERE! Be part of it! Food truck attitude meets world-changing technology—faster delivery, better food, and an experience worthy of the people – that’s CLUSTERTRUCK!

FOUNDED: 2015
EMPLOYEES: 11-50
Mira Awards
MIRA AWARDS:
  • New Start-up of the Year (2017 )
  • Corporate Innovator of the Year (2017 )
WEBSITE www.clustertruck.com
EMAIL hey@clustertruck.com
PHONE (317) 296-3718
ADDRESS 729 N. Pennsylvania Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 GET DIRECTIONS

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Mira Award wins helped establish ClusterTruck as a tech innovator

Prepared food delivery disruptor opened its sixth new market in Kansas City yesterday When Trailblazer Award winner Chris Baggott revealed to Gerry Dick of Inside INdiana Business two years ago that his next entrepreneurial venture was going to revolutionize prepared food delivery, I can admit that I was skeptical. I’m not sure why I doubted

Indiana Startup Answers Demand for Local, Organic Meat with Online Butcher Shop

In the U.S., six vertically-integrated brands control nearly all of the feeding, processing and distribution of livestock. To minimize costs, the farmers who work for these corporations frequently feed their animals corn and soy products, supplemented with growth hormones and antibiotics. “This is a very broken model,” said Catherine Compitello, the CEO of Indiana-based Tyner

For local and national services, Indianapolis delivers the goods

Indianapolis is becoming the latest hub for app-based and online delivery service companies, which are expanding here at a surprising rate. And it’s not just national companies such as Instacart that are turning their focus on the area: Homegrown companies such as Green Bean Delivery and ClusterTruck are also growing quickly. “Indianapolis has been experiencing

TechPoint’s Mira Awards: MOBI Wins Company of the Year

TechPoint, the organization dedicated to growing Indiana’s tech ecosystem, held its annual Mira Awards gala in front of a packed house on Saturday. Meant to recognize the success and innovation of the state’s tech companies, entrepreneurs, educators, and other leaders, the Miras have been awarded for the past 18 years. From the 180 nominating applications

MOBI, Clustertruck Among Top Mira Winners

Nearly 1,000 industry and business leaders came together to celebrate the best in tech in Indiana Saturday at the 18th Annual Mira Awards. Mobility management software provider MOBI won Tech Company of the Year, while ClusterTruck took home Corporate Innovator of the Year and New Startup of the Year honors. At the ceremony at The

TechPoint Mira Awards Honor ‘The Best of Tech in Indiana’

MOBI, ClusterTruck, ClearObject, DoubleMap, One Click, DemandJump, Fizziology and Arrhythmotech Among Top Honorees TechPoint, the growth initiative for Indiana’s tech ecosystem, honored the successes and innovation of Indiana companies, entrepreneurs, educators, and other leaders at The Westin Indianapolis during the 18th annual Mira Awards gala presented by Angie’s List, Genesys, and Salesforce. A total of

ClusterTruck Wins New Startup of the Year Mira Award

ClusterTruck, a revolutionary new concept in food service using technology to improve virtually everything, received the New Startup of the Year Award during TechPoint’s 18th annual Mira Awards honoring the best of tech in Indiana. ClusterTruck has rebuilt the concept of food delivery from the ground up delivering restaurant-quality (locally sourced) food faster than anyone

ClusterTruck wins Corporate Innovator of the Year Mira Award

ClusterTruck, a startup rebuilding the concept of food delivery from the ground up, received the Corporate Innovator of the Year Award during TechPoint’s 18th annual Mira Awards honoring the best of tech in Indiana. ClusterTruck is delivering restaurant-quality (locally sourced) food faster than anyone else can by using technology and data to streamline the whole

TechPoint’s Mira Awards to Honor Indiana’s Top Tech Companies

TechPoint, the industry-led non-profit organization supporting Indiana’s tech ecosystem, has announced the nominees for the 18th annual Mira Awards, which celebrate the state’s most promising technology companies. This year, 50 independent judges combed through 180 applications to choose the nominees for awards honoring the sector’s best people, products, and companies. Later this month, all nominees

For tech sector, a mix of optimism, concern about Trump presidency

Following Donald Trump’s surprising victory in the U.S. presidential race, several local technology executives and investors said they’re encouraged there’s going to be an entrepreneur in the White House. But many of those same leaders expressed concern about the potential for Trump rhetoric or policies that would marginalize women and minorities. Trump has had a few