About three years ago, Uber has introduced its taxi booking service in Kenya and now the company is willing to venture into food delivery in the same country.
In a couple of weeks, Uber will expose Uber Eats in Nairobi in partnership with restaurants for delivering food to Nairobians at their place.
One of the spokespersons of Uber said that
“Following the three years of success in providing safe and reasonable rides, Uber persists to invest in Kenya, by offering more variety to our customers. Currently, we are introducing Uber Eats in Nairobi, and willing to bring a new app to Nairobians before long.”
She also explained that the new expansion is a part of the company’s strategy to center on the internet for business growth and to offer more variety to Kenyans. Uber’s app is not the only venture in Kenyan market that has been exploiting internet penetration to perk up service delivery.
Startups like Yum, EatOut, and HelloFood, were amongst the first to take advantage of the opportunities generated by the Internet. These startups facilitate customers to place an order for food through their websites, apps, or via phone calls.
The mushrooming trend of on-demand services is quite noteworthy. Uber is spreading its magic all over the world with such services be it an on-demand food service, taxi booking service, or the trucking service. The recent announcement of Uber for bringing food delivery service in Kenya is a great example of how on-demand services proving to be the best startup idea. Do you think an on-demand food delivery app like Uber Eats could be a feasible startup idea for you? Contact us to know more about on-demand services and get the most trending mobile app and website development solutions for the same.
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