Slice Stock

slicelife.comConsumer & Lifestyle / Consumer & Lifestyle Enterprise SoftwareFounded: 2009Funding to Date: $128.32MM

Slice's platform is designed for independent pizzerias looking to scale their businesses. With Slice, smaller businesses can optimize their online presence, access supplies like boxes and paper bags, manage inventory and enable online ordering. Slice was founded in 2009 by Ilir Sela and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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Team

Management Team

Ilir Sela
Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Jayant Mittal
Chief Financial Officer
Jason Ordway
Chief Technology Officer
Paula Jo Oleksak
Chief Business Officer
Peter Chane
Chief Product Officer

Board Members

Jake Heller
Kohlberg Kravis Ventures

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News Highlights

Slice sees no sign of 'pizza fatigue' at mom-and-pops
CEO Ilir Sela says small pizzerias are thriving and even taking share from big chains like Domino's, in part thanks to technology.
India’s Slice becomes unicorn with fresh $220 million funding – TechCrunch
Indian fintech Slice, which offers a credit card challenging product, has joined the unicorn club with fresh funds from Tiger Global, Insight Partners and others.
Slice raises $20 million to go after the credit card industry in India – TechCrunch
Slice, an Indian fintech startup that has built a “super card” for millennials in India, said on Monday it has raised $20 million in a new financing round and is adding new features to change how people engage with their credit cards. Existing investors Gunosy, Blume Ventures and others financed th…
Updated on: May 21, 2024

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