CEO Ben Jones Leaves Skipcart

Skipcart CEO Ben Jones
Link to Ben’s Farewell Post

Skipcart’s Founder and CEO, Ben Jones has off-boarded Skipcart to tackle new plans, leaving the company in trustworthy hands.

Ben brought Skipcart to life in 2017 as a startup company with a small team – Blake Mistich (Vice President of User Experience), Neal Cobb (Co-Founder and Vice President of Customer Success), and himself. As the business grew, Ben led the company to become a scale-up success within 4 years. Today Skipcart is known as one of the biggest white-label delivery networks in the U.S.

Skipcart Founders
Blake Mistich (left), Ben Jones (middle), Neal Cobb (right)

“I’m leaving the company in good hands with the current leadership and excited about seeing where the company goes.” Ben said, “This will be a rocketship soon. There will be plenty of challenges ahead, but I promise that in the years to come Skipcart will be what the industry talks about. This company is on the ground floor of something special and I’m more excited about where it is today than the day we started the company 4-ish years ago. Thank you all for being part of this wonderful journey.”

The Skipcart team wishes Ben luck with his next adventure!

View Ben’s last post with Skipcart

About Skipcart
As one of the largest on-demand delivery companies in the United States, Skipcart connects retailers, grocers, and restaurants with its local driver network giving the option to offer their customers delivery in as little as 30 minutes. Today, Skipcart has completed millions of deliveries across the country through a vast network of crowd-sourced drivers. Skipcart continues to bring hyperlocal delivery to businesses around the country.

Skipcart is a privately owned company founded in 2018 in San Antonio, TX, and is currently operating throughout the United States and Canada with a fleet size of more than 150,000 drivers. More information about Skipcart can be found at

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