There’s a growing movement of people wanting to get their food delivered, and a startup called Pizza Hut is the only one of its kind in New York City.
They’re currently rolling out delivery services in four cities in the US: San Francisco, Boston, Washington, D.C.
And they’re bringing pizza to people who aren’t on the road, like the New York Times’ Andy Bergh, who recently gave a talk at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, about why he thinks the pizza is worth it for those of us who live far from our nearest delivery spots.
But there’s a lot more going on behind the scenes that makes the pizza even more unique, Bergh said, like a $1 million startup valuation that could see him on the hot seat if he doesn’t deliver.
In this exclusive excerpt from Bergh’s keynote address at the NYU’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication, he talks about why this startup is the right one to deliver to the people in the middle of nowhere and why it could help the food industry grow.
This story originally appeared on Axios here.