We previously founded Tapingo - one of the most popular and beloved consumer businesses to come out of Israel.
Tapingo was built in the traditional way - raising multiple rounds from tier one investors in the US and Israel - and culminated in an exit to GrubHub in 2018 for $150m.
After reflecting on the journey at Tapingo, we decided to build Zetz in a different way.
Zetz is designed to maximize the joy and the returns to our employees.
We are a self-funded, profitable business with a dynamic, tight knit engineering team.
At Zetz we are going after a massive opportunity to transform small and mid-sized businesses that have been overlooked for years from a technology standpoint.
We identify these businesses, acquire ownership of them and then send in a technical swat team to develop and execute on a roadmap to transform them.
Because we are self funded and own the businesses we work with, we don't face the same external obstacles and massive dilution most startups face.
If our hypothesis is accurate, and the product works, we win.