Foodology's Digital Dining Revolution

Scaling restaurant brands across Latin America.

Founded

2019

Headquarters

Bogotá, Bogotá D.C.

Industry

Foodtech

Subsectors

Foodology

Foodology is leading Latin America's digital dining revolution, operating over 20 virtual restaurant brands through 81 ghost kitchens in 4 countries. Their innovative delivery-only model has processed over 2 million orders, leveraging technology to drive growth and redefine the culinary landscape.

  1. The Challenge

Given the accelerating growth of the virtual restaurant space and food delivery market in Latin America, companies like Foodology stand at the edge of significant opportunity. As of 2021, the concept of ‘ghost kitchens’ or virtual restaurants had begun to flourish, driven by shifts in consumer behavior towards online food ordering. With the online food delivery market in LatAm valued over USD 10 billion in 2021 and projected to grow at a CAGR of 9.71% until 2026, Foodology’s model of providing infrastructure and services for these virtual brands to thrive is primed for success. This opportunity isn’t just about capturing part of the growing food delivery market—it’s about reshaping how Latin America’s food industry operates, focusing on efficiency, sustainability, and digital savvy. The data-backed insights Foodology can gain from this growth can guide the development of new brands, fine-tune operations, and offer a competitive edge in this rapidly evolving market.

  1. The Solution

Foodology is developing a robust operating platform to scale restaurant virtual brands across Latin America. They manage over 85 kitchens across Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, and Peru, serving a wide range of brands. The company’s performance is noteworthy, with more than 300,000 orders dispatched monthly, indicating their significant role in the growing food delivery market. This amazing mix of culinary capabilities and digital solutions provides a platform for restaurant brands to thrive, consolidating Foodology as the region’s most significant player in their industry.

  1. The founders

Daniela Izquierdo and Juan Guillermo Azuero, or Dani and Juangui as they are more warmly known, are the beating heart behind Foodology. They’re not just any run-of-the-mill entrepreneurs – they’re both armed with MBAs from none other than Harvard Business School, bringing a powerhouse of strategic smarts and innovative ideas plus a fantastic network to the table. But their credentials don’t stop there. They’re Endeavor Entrepreneurs, a badge that singles out the most high-impact founders around the globe. It’s not just about what they know but what they do – they’re doers, hustlers, never content to rest on their success. They’re constantly pushing, challenging, and aiming to shake up the food delivery scene in Latin America. This duo isn’t just talking about a good game – they’re playing it and playing to win. Dani and Juangui aren’t just at the top of their game; they’re redefining it, setting a new standard for being a successful founder in Latin America. And that, folks, is what makes them so darn exciting.

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Foodology's Digital Dining Revolution

Scaling restaurant brands across Latin America.

Founded

2019

Headquarters

Bogotá, Bogotá D.C.

Industry

Foodtech

Subsectors

Foodology

Foodology is leading Latin America's digital dining revolution, operating over 20 virtual restaurant brands through 81 ghost kitchens in 4 countries. Their innovative delivery-only model has processed over 2 million orders, leveraging technology to drive growth and redefine the culinary landscape.

  1. The Challenge

Given the accelerating growth of the virtual restaurant space and food delivery market in Latin America, companies like Foodology stand at the edge of significant opportunity. As of 2021, the concept of ‘ghost kitchens’ or virtual restaurants had begun to flourish, driven by shifts in consumer behavior towards online food ordering. With the online food delivery market in LatAm valued over USD 10 billion in 2021 and projected to grow at a CAGR of 9.71% until 2026, Foodology’s model of providing infrastructure and services for these virtual brands to thrive is primed for success. This opportunity isn’t just about capturing part of the growing food delivery market—it’s about reshaping how Latin America’s food industry operates, focusing on efficiency, sustainability, and digital savvy. The data-backed insights Foodology can gain from this growth can guide the development of new brands, fine-tune operations, and offer a competitive edge in this rapidly evolving market.

  1. The Solution

Foodology is developing a robust operating platform to scale restaurant virtual brands across Latin America. They manage over 85 kitchens across Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, and Peru, serving a wide range of brands. The company’s performance is noteworthy, with more than 300,000 orders dispatched monthly, indicating their significant role in the growing food delivery market. This amazing mix of culinary capabilities and digital solutions provides a platform for restaurant brands to thrive, consolidating Foodology as the region’s most significant player in their industry.

  1. The founders

Daniela Izquierdo and Juan Guillermo Azuero, or Dani and Juangui as they are more warmly known, are the beating heart behind Foodology. They’re not just any run-of-the-mill entrepreneurs – they’re both armed with MBAs from none other than Harvard Business School, bringing a powerhouse of strategic smarts and innovative ideas plus a fantastic network to the table. But their credentials don’t stop there. They’re Endeavor Entrepreneurs, a badge that singles out the most high-impact founders around the globe. It’s not just about what they know but what they do – they’re doers, hustlers, never content to rest on their success. They’re constantly pushing, challenging, and aiming to shake up the food delivery scene in Latin America. This duo isn’t just talking about a good game – they’re playing it and playing to win. Dani and Juangui aren’t just at the top of their game; they’re redefining it, setting a new standard for being a successful founder in Latin America. And that, folks, is what makes them so darn exciting.

Empower innovation with us:
Transforming fintech, foodtech,
and retail.
Build the future, together.

EmpowerEmpower
innovationinnovation
with us:with us:
TransformingTransforming
fintech, foodtech,fintech, foodtech,
and retail. and retail.
Build the future,Build the future,
together.together.

Foodology's Digital Dining Revolution

Scaling restaurant brands across Latin America.

Founded

2019

Headquarters

Bogotá, Bogotá D.C.

Industry

Foodtech

Subsectors

Foodology

Foodology is leading Latin America's digital dining revolution, operating over 20 virtual restaurant brands through 81 ghost kitchens in 4 countries. Their innovative delivery-only model has processed over 2 million orders, leveraging technology to drive growth and redefine the culinary landscape.

  1. The Challenge

Given the accelerating growth of the virtual restaurant space and food delivery market in Latin America, companies like Foodology stand at the edge of significant opportunity. As of 2021, the concept of ‘ghost kitchens’ or virtual restaurants had begun to flourish, driven by shifts in consumer behavior towards online food ordering. With the online food delivery market in LatAm valued over USD 10 billion in 2021 and projected to grow at a CAGR of 9.71% until 2026, Foodology’s model of providing infrastructure and services for these virtual brands to thrive is primed for success. This opportunity isn’t just about capturing part of the growing food delivery market—it’s about reshaping how Latin America’s food industry operates, focusing on efficiency, sustainability, and digital savvy. The data-backed insights Foodology can gain from this growth can guide the development of new brands, fine-tune operations, and offer a competitive edge in this rapidly evolving market.

  1. The Solution

Foodology is developing a robust operating platform to scale restaurant virtual brands across Latin America. They manage over 85 kitchens across Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, and Peru, serving a wide range of brands. The company’s performance is noteworthy, with more than 300,000 orders dispatched monthly, indicating their significant role in the growing food delivery market. This amazing mix of culinary capabilities and digital solutions provides a platform for restaurant brands to thrive, consolidating Foodology as the region’s most significant player in their industry.

  1. The founders

Daniela Izquierdo and Juan Guillermo Azuero, or Dani and Juangui as they are more warmly known, are the beating heart behind Foodology. They’re not just any run-of-the-mill entrepreneurs – they’re both armed with MBAs from none other than Harvard Business School, bringing a powerhouse of strategic smarts and innovative ideas plus a fantastic network to the table. But their credentials don’t stop there. They’re Endeavor Entrepreneurs, a badge that singles out the most high-impact founders around the globe. It’s not just about what they know but what they do – they’re doers, hustlers, never content to rest on their success. They’re constantly pushing, challenging, and aiming to shake up the food delivery scene in Latin America. This duo isn’t just talking about a good game – they’re playing it and playing to win. Dani and Juangui aren’t just at the top of their game; they’re redefining it, setting a new standard for being a successful founder in Latin America. And that, folks, is what makes them so darn exciting.

Empower innovation with us:
Transforming fintech, foodtech, and retail.
Build the future, together.

EmpowerEmpower
innovationinnovation
with us:with us:
TransformingTransforming
fintech, foodtech,fintech, foodtech,
and retail. and retail.
Build the future,Build the future,
together.together.

30N Ventures, a Venture Capital firm focused on investing in fast-growing economies by partnering with top-tier entrepreneurs across EMs. With presence in Santiago, Mexico City, Miami, and Paris, the firm targets to find the best talents in Fintech, Foodtech, and Retail.

30N Ventures, a Venture Capital firm focused on investing in fast-growing economies by partnering with top-tier entrepreneurs across EMs. With presence in Santiago, Mexico City, Miami, and Paris, the firm targets to find the best talents in Fintech, Foodtech, and Retail.

30N Ventures, a Venture Capital firm focused on investing in fast-growing economies by partnering with top-tier entrepreneurs across EMs. With presence in Santiago, Mexico City, Miami, and Paris, the firm targets to find the best talents in Fintech, Foodtech, and Retail.