Zomato To Soon Expand Business To 100 Cities In India
December 1, 2018
Shruti Anand (1561 articles)
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Zomato To Soon Expand Business To 100 Cities In India

According to a report by the News Minute, the popular restaurant finder and food delivery app, Zomato is soon to be available in across 100 cities in the country. The service is going to be adding 30 cities just in the coming one week with which its city count would be 93. The expansion will let about 75,000 restaurants to be listed and to be chosen from by the consumer while ordering food.

Zomato Targets 100 Cities

“We have experienced an overwhelming reaction to our expansion across all of our businesses – Gold, Food Delivery and Supply,” says Deepinder Goyal, Founder and CEO, Zomato to News Minute. The number of Gold memberships sold in Manila and Jakarta within a week is beating early numbers of Delhi and Mumbai. HyperPure has had great reception, and we are opening up our next centre in the NCR in a couple of weeks. The [email protected] business has also been expanding into new markets. And of course, the Food Delivery business is ramping up really well with the growth in main markets, as well as the reception in Tier II, Tier III cities.”

The report further reveals data that 5000 delivery boys currently have an opportunity to work with the fast growing Zomato. With that, the service will have 150,000 employees across India to pick up and deliver food. The report also reveals that  Puducherry, Jamshedpur, Ambala, Meerut, Haridwar, Bhavnagar, Ujjain and Puri are amongst the 30 cities that Zomato is currently aiming at.

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