Fast-Rising Online Grocery Delivery Startup EasyBins Hires First COOPosted Dec 15, 2020
Springdale, AR – December 10th, 2020 -- Fast-rising grocery delivery startup EasyBins, recently founded in 2018, is redefining the online grocery delivery model into a much easier-to-use service for consumers.
Scaling up to accommodate this rapid growth, EasyBins today announced the hiring of James E. Purnell as Chief Operating Officer (COO), A seasoned retail and operations leader, most recently at Instacart, Purnell boasts over 15 years of experience leading teams dealing with such critical areas as project management, inventory management, human resources and employee training and development.
He added: “Online grocery sales are projected to more than quadruple their share of the grocery market by 2025. Hiring our first COO is not just driven by EasyBins’s impressive growth to date, but also by a deep confidence in our future growth and lasting appeal to consumers.”
EasyBins is the first online grocery delivery service to offer consumers single orders that deliver products from several stores at the same predictable times.
Favorably located in Northwest Arkansas --the nation’s grocery innovation hub, home of Walmart, JB Hunt and Tyson Foods -- Easy Bins now operates five markets in three states. Initially self-funded, EasyBins expects to begin a Series A funding round in 2021 to grow into more markets and increase their household reach.
Launched in Northwest Arkansas Easybins is developing the next generation of grocery delivery to help busy households and last minute shoppers reduce their errands by being the first grocery delivery company to offer multiple stores in one cart with always available delivery times that are easy and predictable. Today easybins operates in markets throughout Arkansas, Oklahoma and Colorado. For additional information, please visit www.easybins.com or download the easybins mobile application in Apple App store.