Business Wire IndiaZomato has partnered with InCred to help cash-strapped food businesses, operating under Zomato food delivery platform across India, by offering zero processing fees on credit from 1st September 2021 till 31st October 2021. The partnership will support over 50,000…
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Will the SoftBank backed company be able to sail on the wave of EV revolution in India? India is witnessing its major IPO wave in 2021. After Zomato made headlines in July 2021 by gathering jawdropping figures through its IPO,…
Speculation is that Zomato is poised for a significant financing round that may boost the Gurugram-based online grocery company at around $1 billion, and here is the reason why.
Even if we take $3.4 billion valuation into account, Zomato looks likely to take the driver’s seat from Swiggy after the launch of the IPO. If it happens, it will be no mean feat for Zomato which was far behind Swiggy till two years back. Zomato started turning its fortunes around in the beginning of this year.
Social restrictions compelled by the pandemic have created enormous opportunities for food delivery apps like Zomato and Swiggy. These businesses, successful and in-demand now, experienced some initial hiccups in the first phase of the lockdown, but orders then grew exponentially as the days passed. Now Zomato is looking to raise $100 million from US investment firm Tiger Global Management to further its market size.
NEW DELHI, April 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Tupperware, a conscientious global premium homeware brand based out of Orlando, US, announced measures to support daily wage earners during these times of distress. The brand has partnered with Zomato Feeding India in…
Zomato is on the verge of acquiring UberEats and apparently making headway, but what looks like expansion for Zomato ironically takes away its advantage over Swiggy in the market. Here’s why.
Ant Financial will see its stake touch almost 29%, making it the largest shareholder in Zomato, ahead of InfoEdge. It has been backing Zomato since it picked up a 14.7% stake in February last year.
More than 1,200 restaurants in several major Indian cities delisting themselves from the dine-in programmes of services like Zomato, EazyDiner and others.