Online food provider targets BPO workers

By: Stephen D. Capillas July 24,2016 - 10:03 PM

 

Seby Pelaez, head of Business Development Foodpanda Philippines, and Mitz Jao, the firm’s marketing manager, give  updates on their company in a press briefing. (CDN PHOTO/Lito Tecson)

Seby Pelaez, head of Business Development Foodpanda Philippines, and Mitz Jao, the firm’s marketing manager, give updates on their company in a press briefing. (CDN PHOTO/Lito Tecson)

An online food order and delivery provider Foodpanda is targeting the business process outsourcing sector as it marks its first year in Cebu yesterday.

“Among our priority market targets now is the business process outsourcing (BPO) sector whose employees often work at night, and it would be convenient for them to order out instead of going out,” said Seby Pelaez, head of business development of Foodpanda.ph.

The company which launched in Singapore in 2012 and headquartered in Berlin, Germany, started its Manila office in June 2014 and expanded to Cebu nearly one year later.

Pelaez said Foodpanda Cebu started with only a few outlets like Chikaan and Fatcow Burger and then expanded to 30 outlets several months later.
Most of its clients consist of office employees, pension house guests and those with no kitchens who prefer to order out.

He said their Manila office now services 1,000 outlets.

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