The popular ride service Uber is all set to roll out its new business venture in Dubai on Thursday.
The new venture – UberEats – will revolutionise food delivery concept as the new app allows customers to browse more than 200 restaurants in Dubai, select their favourite food, pay with a card and get it delivered to their homes.
“UberEats is now available in 22 cities across seven countries. Dubai is first in the Middle East and Africa to experience this new service from Uber,” Jambu Palaniappan, head of UberEats for Europe, Middle East and Africa, told Khaleej Times.
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He said the service is also available in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle and Washington D.C. in the US. Customers can also download the app in Toronto, Ottawa and Edmonton in Canada; Melbourne in Australia, Paris in France, London in the UK, and Singapore to experience a seamless food delivery experience.
“UberEats is launching in Dubai on Thursday (tomorrow). One of the main selling points that set’s it apart from its competitors is that the service will be available until 5am on weekends,” Palaniappan said, adding that there is no condition for minimum order.
He said UberEats is separate from the Uber ride service app and this new concept opens up more economic opportunities for driver-partners, giving them an additional way to earn money… see more