The statistics from over a decade-long still underway journey of on-demand industry reveal that food delivery businesses are more likely to turn up into startup unicorns. Grubhub, DoorDash, Postmates, Uber Eats, and Instacart among others are some of the unicorns
UberEats – a subsidiary of Uber Inc – is on a growth spree since its beginning in 2014. The food delivery platform is expanding at a remarkable rate grabbing a market share of 24% – up from 3% in 2016.
The flourishing demand for halal and kosher food indicates the creation of two huge industries. The current scale of technologies allows investors to conveniently start a business as compared to a couple of decades back. The advent of online food
GrubHub is a food delivery startup company founded in 2004 and went public in 2014. Currently, the company operates in over 1700 locations in the US. The company is also making a global mark after the acquisition of some businesses
The means of acquiring food are rapidly changing all around the world. Regardless of the amount of consumption, most consumers are turning to the ways of home-delivery. Since smartphones are becoming part and parcel of urban lifestyle, the apps intended
The tough routines of urbanites leave them with little or no time. Surveys to assess the activities of citizens indicate that they spend most of their time in performing petty and repetitive tasks. This poor management of time consumption inhibits
Basically, it is an easy psychological appeal to start food business with on demand economy strategies. Recently, the food business has emerged as a big business option for the businessmen returning huge revenues to them. During the 2016, food and