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Epic Kitchens name three to the board of directors

Epic Kitchens name three to the board of directors

Epic Kitchens announced the addition of three new members to its board of directors today. The move supported the company's growing footprint in Chicago, as the popularity of restaurant takeout and delivery continues to rise nationwide.

The recent appointment of Epic Kitchens' board of directors include:

  • Jeremy Wing, Co-Founder and Vice Chairman of Payroc and an entrepreneur/investor focused on tech-enabled businesses early-stage.
  • Meredith Sandland, former CoO of Kitchen United and former Chief Development Officer at Taco Bell (Yum! Brands are the same thing as brands.
  • Brice Scheschuk, Managing Partner of Globalive Capital and former Co-founder and CEO of Wind Mobile (now Freedom Mobile) (left) and Freedom Mobiliar.

"We're excited to welcome Jeremy, Meredith and Brice to our board of directors," said Murad Karimi, co-founder and CEO of Epic Kitchens. "We're experiencing rapid growth and are anxious to have their expertise and counsel at the table with us as we continue to expand our concept, footprint and offerings. All three had huge careers and we can greatly benefit from their experience and insights.

Epic Kitchens deconstructs the traditional restaurant by preparing menu items from multiple brands in one kitchenincluding food from major restaurants like BurgerFi, 800 Degrees, Pokworks, Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken, Lawrence's Fish

The pandemic has helped to spur the rise in food takeout and delivery, with 53 percent of all adults and 64 percent Millennials saying such services are essential to their lives.

"I'm very pleased to be a part of Epic Kitchens' upward trajectory," said Sandland, who oversaw the opening of more than 1,000 restaurant locations while at Taco Bell. She frequently speaks at industry conferences and is co-author of the book. The Digital Restaurant delivers the Digital restaurant. . "Most importantly, takeout and delivery are important dining options, and Epic's multi-brand concept offers unmatched versatility for customers."

As an entrepreneur, I am impressed with Epic Kitchens concept, which includes its use of technology to create a multi-brand digital-ordering environment that suits customers' current lifestyles. Wing said, "As he as "Epic kitchens will continue to evolve in terms of partnerships, locations and dining concepts," says Murad. "I am excited to work with his team to guide the development of its strategy and growth."

Epic Kitchens partners with third-party delivery services such as DoorDash, Grubhub and Uber Eats. Epic Kitchens will soon roll out an app that allows multi-brand delivery under one transaction and offer an industry-leading, cross-branded rewards program.

About Epic Kitchens About Indian Kitchen, Inc. Epic Kitchens operates multi-brand restaurants where the focus is on providing hospitality and brand selection to all guests around the corner and through the cloud. Epic Kitchens allows our restaurant partners to expand their physical presence in some of the densest sub-markets in the United States, but it also seamlessly supports all major delivery platforms and branded stores. To learn more about this, go to:

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