Amongst all the food delivery platforms benefitting from the COVID-19 induced growth spurt, DoorDash seems to be winning basis its strong platform strategy.
Given the significant challenges for health care workers to access food and the public’s desire to show gratitude for their noble efforts, one digital nonprofit, Frontline Foods, has emerged to address this issue.
iFood is the leading food delivery platform in Brazil and has expanded into Colombia, Mexico and Argentina. It has fared well on the scalability test. Amidst increased competition in the industry, however, can it ensure profitability and long term sustainability?
From delivering food to improving restaurant management and diving into the food supply chain, the journey of iFood seems to be promising.
Caviar entered the competitive food delivery space in 2012 positioning itself as the “fancy food” delivery startup. At that time, the market was dominated by two large players, Seamless and Grubhub, with many new players looking to enter. Caviar’s platform architecture allowed it to succeed in difficult circumstances; however, as competition has increased, how should Caviar respond?
A New York food delivery start-up of home cooked meals prepared by a community of local independent Chefs.
As food-delivery services become more popular for their convenience, restaurants suffer.
In a platform that relies on featuring many options and attracting many users, which side to focus on?