Deliveroo goes for lunchtime rush

In response to evident demand from its customer base, on demand food delivery company Deliveroo has launched ‘Deliveroo for Business’ across the 100 cities that it currently offers its services.

The launch of the new business strand comes together with a new microsite as well as an expansion of the features it already has for corporate clients.

Deliveroo has been receiving a large number of orders from workers using its website from their desks. This has led to the Deliveroo for Business operation. According to the company, this has already been adopted by a number of major businesses including Eventbrite, British Land, Survey Monkey and (Coca Cola owned) Innocent Drinks.

Christine Oddy, Head of Deliveroo for Business – UK & IE, said: “Deliveroo for Business gives employees a huge variety of food to fuel their hard work, from early risers enjoying a healthy breakfast, to brilliantly catered meetings, to late-night workers wanting to treat themselves – there is something for everyone. It also provides full visibility and an easy streamlined expense process to make life easier for office managers and finance directors who are able to fully customise their account.”

The new business operates in much the same way as its ordinary business works, whereby customers make orders through its website from a number of local restaurants, and orders arrive within 30 minutes. For many delivery businesses of this nature, getting a grip on the lunchtime rush is seen as an important income on top of its main peak in the evenings. Deliveroo for Business could well be a very good move in this respect.
 
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