DoorDash Announces New Engineering Site in Toronto

DoorDash, one of the leading last-mile logistics platforms in Canada, has today announced the launch of a new engineering site in Toronto with plans to hire at least 50 engineers across back-end, front-end, and mobile roles by the end of the year.


According to the press release, engineers in Toronto will work on critical business projects with a focus on expanding DoorDash’s reach and breadth of services throughout Canada.

“As our first international engineering hub, the founding team will be mission critical to creating impactful products and programs that set DoorDash up for success in Canada and beyond,” said Andy Fang, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of DoorDash.

Engineers in Toronto will work on the following:

  • Launching New Merchant Services: This team will help expand the breadth of services available to Canadian merchants and will be tasked with innovating on behalf of over 30,000 national partners at a time when dine-in remains limited.
  • Scaling a Reliable, On-Demand Logistics App: The team will continue to build and scale features within the DoorDash consumer app that enable customers to seamlessly find and order from their favorite local and national stores.
  • Enhancing Online Ordering for Restaurants: DoorDash Storefront is a commission-free offering for restaurants to turn their websites into ecommerce stores and offer delivery and pickup directly to their customers.
  • Building a Leading Customer Loyalty Product: The team will help expand the product’s offerings through new strategic partnerships and integrations and new features for both restaurant and customer subscribers.

If you haven’t already, you can sign-up for DoorDash using this link to get $15 off each of your first 3 DoorDash orders over $25.

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