We were able to meet and talk to Iacopo Rovere, foodpanda Philippines’ appointed Chief Executive Officer at Frankie’s New York Buffalo Wings in Crossroads, BGC when the company announced their big and bold crazy offers this 2017. foodpanda, now the leading global online food delivery marketplace (and in the Philippines leads with only a couple of competitors), has been charging fixed delivery service fee of P30 plus a service fee of 15% from the total food bill. This year, customers can now order as much as they want – with a minimum order value starting at P200 exclusive for in-house foodpanda delivery, and just pay a fix delivery fee of P59 without worrying about the service fee, on top of that, customer can even choose to pay online with their credit card, PayPal, or even with cash upon delivery. The new delivery scheme will also prove to be helpful for partner restaurants to boost growth, increase their reach and acquire new customers.
Since its launched in 2014, foodpanda has grown to over 1,000 partner restaurants nationwide with more than 30 cusines to choose from. From delectable Asian delicacies to mouthwatering Italian food, add to that some popular restaurants like Bonchon, Juju Eats, CPK, Wendy’s, Pepper Lunch, Yoshinoya, and Frankie’s, which by the way serves a honest-to-goodness chicken wings! Try you must the Salted Egg Wings, your name you will forget!
foodpanda aims to increase the order frequency and encourage service usage by highlighting its affordability via its latest offering.
foodpanda was founded on May 2012 by Ralf Wenzel, headquartered in Berlin, Germany operates in more than 67 cities across five continents and have partnered with over 300,000 restaurants globally. foodpanda enables restaurants to become visible to mobile app and web users, thus customers can directly order their favorite restaurant meals via foodpanda’s website or smartphone app.
“We’re growing faster than ever before, gaining more and more market share. I am very excited with Southeast Asia where we are growing in a very steady, stable position,” says Wenzel. “The vast majority of opportunity is still ahead of us. Food delivery is bigger than fashion and even travel. This could be the next big thing in internet.”
You can download the foodpanda app or go to www.foodpanda.ph to place your order and delivered right at your doorsteps.
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