Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market 2019, By Key Players are- Deliveroo, Delivery …

Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market 2019, By Key Players are- Deliveroo, Delivery Hero, DoorDash, GrubHub, Just Eat Holding, …
Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services

Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services

This report focuses on the global Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services development in United States, Europe and China.

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Online on-demand food delivery service providers are adopting digital and social media promotional campaigns in their marketing strategies. These services are further boosted by digital platforms through mobile and smartphone technologies. Their various features increase their service visibility and expand their product portfolio. Further, service providers further use social media platforms to run their service promotions and campaigns. These platforms increase consumer engagement and create brand and service awareness. The increasing digital platform and consumer engagement on social media platforms is identified to be one of the key factors having a positive impact on the online on-demand food delivery services market.

In 2017, order-focused food delivery services dominated the market by accounting for a share of more than 95%

In 2017, the Americas dominated the global online on-demand food delivery services market and accounted for a share of more than 45%

In 2017, the global Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of 32.6% during 2018-2025.

The key players covered in this study

• Deliveroo

• Delivery Hero

• DoorDash

• GrubHub

• Just Eat Holding

• MEITUAN

• Foodler

• Postmates

• Swiggy

• OrderUp

• Munchery

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Market segment by Type, the product can be split into

• Order-focused food delivery services

• Logistics-focused food delivery services

Market segment by Application, split into

• Office buildings

• Family

• Other

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers

• United States

• Europe

• China

• Japan

• Southeast Asia

• India

• Central & South America

Some Point from Table of Content:

1 Report Overview

1.1 Study Scope

1.2 Key Market Segments

1.3 Players Covered

1.4 Market Analysis by Type

1.4.1 Global Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2013-2025)

1.4.2 Order-focused food delivery services

1.4.3 Logistics-focused food delivery services

1.5 Market by Application

1.5.1 Global Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Share by Application (2013-2025)

1.5.2 Office buildings

1.5.3 Family

1.5.4 Other

1.6 Study Objectives

1.7 Years Considered

2 Global Growth Trends

2.1 Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Size

2.2 Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Growth Trends by Regions

2.2.1 Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Size by Regions (2013-2025)

2.2.2 Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Share by Regions (2013-2018)

2.3 Industry Trends

2.3.1 Market Top Trends

2.3.2 Market Drivers

2.3.3 Market Opportunities

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DoorDash nears $7B valuation with new funding, WSJ reports

DoorDash is reportedly in the process of raising $500 million, which would bring its valuation close to $7 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Dive Brief:

  • DoorDash is reportedly in the process of raising $500 million, which would bring its valuation close to $7 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal. ​Temasek Holdings, Singapore’s state investment firm, is expected to head up this latest funding round.
  • The new valuation brings the third-party delivery provider up four to five times as high as its valuation in March of last year, when it was worth $1.4 billion. Its valuation climbed to $4 billion in August.
  • DoorDash amassed a market share of 18% last year and its growth outpaced all other U.S. delivery rivals, per research from Edison Trends Report. But Grubhub is still top dog in the segment, boasting 34% of total revenue in the online American food delivery space.

Dive Insight:

Despite disappointing earnings from top third-party provider Grubhub, investors are still very keen on the food delivery segment, which could reach $3 billion in revenue by 2023 and make up 30% to 40% of restaurant sales in the coming years. Grubhub still garners over a third of restaurant delivery market share, but competition from the likes of Uber Eats, DoorDash and Postmates — as well as increased costs and expenses — helped stifle growth of its bottom line, according to The Motley Fool.

In this competitive space, a huge valuation would better position DoorDash ahead of a potential IPO, especially with top competitors also looking to go public. Uber, which owns Uber Eats, is reportedly worth $120 billion (a large chunk of which is its ride-sharing business) ahead of its IPO, despite its inability to generate a profit. Postmates, which filed for an IPO confidentially last week, is worth $1.85 billion after raising $100 million earlier this year. Grubhub is worth about $11 billion, according to Bloomberg.

DoorDash has been making big moves to garner more market share, expanding to all 50 states in January, starting a nationwide ad campaign and growing from 600 markets to 3,000 in 2018 — which was driven by over $700 million in investments raised last year. It now partners with 90% of the top 100 restaurant brands.

The next few years could be interesting for the top five delivery providers. Analysts previously told Restaurant Dive consolidation is expected to occur, especially as large providers eye small players struggling to increase revenue in an overcrowded segment.

Grubhub has already been an aggressive acquirer, buying Yelp’s Eat24, Foodler and OrderUp in 2017. It also acquired Tapingo, a delivery service for college campuses, last year and acquired Seamless several years ago. Waitr, which is also on the NYSE, completed its acquisition of Bite Squad in January.

With DoorDash turning its focus to the national stage, it could very well gobble up a smaller company. This would be even more likely if it becomes a public entity as there would be additional pressure from investors to continuously grow. It was previously rumored to be in initial talks to merge with Postmates, allowing for the companies to become more competitive. But with Postmates pushing for IPO, that deal appears to be off the table, at least for now.

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“Legal, But Unethical” — RI Restaurants Speak Out on Unauthorized Food Delivery Services

Handwerger spoke to partnering originally with OrderUp, before they were bought by GrubHub — and then discovering that sites including DoorDash …

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Businesses in Rhode Island are speaking out on delivery services — that they did not sign up with. Photo: Postmates.com

Rhode Island restaurant owners are criticizing food delivery services that they have not partnered with — but are posting their menus and delivering their food.

“It might be legal, but it’s unethical. Why should some random website make money off my back, and the backs of small businesses — someone with a computer and access to my menu?” said Eric Handwerger, owner of Ocean State Sandwich in downtown Providence.

Handwerger spoke to partnering originally with OrderUp, before they were bought by GrubHub — and then discovering that sites including DoorDash and Postmates.com were posting, unbeknownst to him, what he said were often incorrect portions of his menu online — and his issue with having no control as to the experience the customer had ultimately with the deliveries with the latter companies.

“A business needs to be able to ‘opt in’ — and companies such as GrubHub or Uber Eats, that have gone through the right channels are essentially an employee of my company,” said Handwerger. “I think the business has to be involved. How do I know John Doe who comes to pick up the delivery [with DoorDash or PostMates] is providing the customer what they ordered online? And I have no control over it.”

Other restaurants besides ones in Rhode Island are raising similar issues — in 2018, a suburban Chicago restaurant filed a trademark infringement lawsuit Monday against DoorDash, alleging the California-based online delivery service used its logo and sold its food without permission.

As the Chicago Tribune reported,

“Burger Antics, a 5-year-old Brookfield restaurant featuring locally sourced meat and exotic toppings, never authorized DoorDash to post its menu or deliver its food, according to the lawsuit, filed in federal court in Chicago. Husband-and-wife owners Dan and Brenna Velcich learned their restaurant was on DoorDash from disgruntled customers.”

Rhode Island Businesses Share Experiences

Handwerger — and Providence Bagel’s Chris Wietecha — shared their experiences with GoLocalProv.

“I was approached by OrderUp probably two and a half years ago. They were new to Providence, they had some success in Boston. They were offering rates that were significantly less than the ‘big dogs’ such as GrubHub,” said Handwerger. “I didn’t need high visibility, just delivery. About 8 months passed, and OrderUp got bought by GrubHub.”

Handwerger said GrubHub wouldn’t honor the deal he had agreed to with OrderUp, and ultimately cut ties with GrubHub.

“About six months ago I got calls for orders, and these people would walk in wearing DoorDash tees,” said Handwerger. “I looked online and found my menu and logo — and some of the pricing and ingredients were incorrect.”

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Handwerger said he then tried to contact the company to take Ocean State off their site.

“Finally, through exhaustive google searches, I got ahold of someone and asked them who authorized my menu and logo to be on the site. So they gave me who it was, but it wasn’t someone who worked for me, it was a random person,” said Handwerger. “I said I didn’t authorize this, they hung up on me. I finally got ahold of someone and I threatened legal action. I said take me off the site within 24 hours [or] I’ll send my lawyer.”

Handwerger said he thought he was through — until last week.

“This young lady walks in — it was near closing time, and she’s got a cell phone out. I didn’t think anything of it, people take orders for their offices all the time. She said she had an order for ‘soup,’ and didn’t know which soup — just that ‘her app told her soup’ — it was postmates.com,” said Handwerger. “They had approached me a while ago. They were much like OrderUp — they were small market and I had no interest.”

Handwerger said he then similarly reached out to Postmates to take him off their site.

“I said to them, you’re taking my business, my logo — this is immoral and unethical,” said Handwerger. “[The representative] said it’s perfectly legal with open source coding.”

“The customer is likely paying a delivery fee and a gratuity. My staff isn’t going to get a gratuity if I sign up with a delivery service,” said Handwerger. “A business needs to opt-in — and [companies like] Uber Eats or GrubHub have gone through the right channels.”

Providence Business: “Fake Pics Were Posted Online”

Providence Bagel’s Wietecha spoke to his own experience — and unhappiness — with the unauthorized delivery channels.

“About four months ago, all of a sudden we got an influx of call in orders. We didn’t put two and two together,” said Wietecha. “Then a customer called and said she placed an order through Postmates — and she got it and it was completely wrong. I didn’t even know what Postmates was.”

Postmates filed last week for an IPO. “Postmates is one of a horde of “unicorn” companies — privately-held startups valued at $1 billion or more…” reports CNN.

Wietecha said he then started investigating.

“So the menu that popped up had fake pictures and the pricing was incorrect,” said Wietecha. “So I called Postmates and I spoke to someone who had no idea who we were — and literally said there was no one I could talk to and they’d pass it along.”

“Then we started getting orders from DoorDash and we said to them, hey, we didn’t agree to be on the site,” said Wietecha. “I Googled them and it was essentially the same thing.”

“I’m not against adding another service. We use Uber Eats and they’re phenomenal and they’re a partner — if there’s a problem I can reach out to them. With this, I have no control over who’s picking it up and getting it to a customer we don’t know,” said Wietecha. “I threatened them with a cease and desist. I put something out on social media to let our customers know. I said we’re not partners with Postmates.”

DoorDash responded to questions about businesses being unhappy with their model with the following statement.

“DoorDash launched 5.5 years ago with one goal – to help local businesses thrive by being their last-mile logistics partner. As a merchant-first company, we are constantly innovating and launching new products and features for our merchants, such as DoorDash Drive (the back-end fulfillment arm of the business) to full integrations into the restaurant POS-systems, to picking up of excess food and dropping it off at local food banks and shelters.

For the majority of our merchants, being on DoorDash offers not only an additional influx of customers and revenue but also presents an additional marketing opportunity. For those not interested in being on DoorDash for any reason, we immediately remove them from the platform upon their request.”

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Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market

Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market

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Online on-demand food delivery service providers are adopting digital and social media promotional campaigns in their marketing strategies. These services are further boosted by digital platforms through mobile and smartphone technologies. Their various features increase their service visibility and expand their product portfolio. Further, service providers further use social media platforms to run their service promotions and campaigns. These platforms increase consumer engagement and create brand and service awareness. The increasing digital platform and consumer engagement on social media platforms is identified to be one of the key factors having a positive impact on the online on-demand food delivery services market.

Some Of The Key Players Of The Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Include:

· Deliveroo

· DoorDash

· Grubhub

· Meituan-Dianping

· Swiggy

· Postmates Inc.

· Delivery Hero SE

· Delivery Hero Germany GmbH

· Munchery

· OrderUp, a Groupon company

· Foodler

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This report studies the Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services market status and outlook of Global and major regions, from angles of players, countries, product types and end industries; this report analyzes the top players in global market, and splits the Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services market by product type and applications/end industries.

In 2017, order-focused food delivery services dominated the market by accounting for a share of more than 95%

In 2017, the Americas dominated the global online on-demand food delivery services market and accounted for a share of more than 45%

The Asia-Pacific will occupy for more market share in following years, especially in China, also fast growing India and Southeast Asia regions.

North America, especially The United States, will still play an important role which cannot be ignored. Any changes from United States might affect the development trend of Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services.

Market Segment By Type: Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services

· Order-focused food delivery services

· Logistics-focused food delivery services

Market Segment By Application: Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services

· Office buildings

· Family

· Other

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Major Table of Contents: Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market

1 Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Overview

2 Manufacturers Profiles

3 Global Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Competition, by Players

4 Global Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Size by Regions

5 North America Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Revenue by Countries

6 Europe Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Revenue by Countries

7 Asia-Pacific Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Revenue by Countries

8 South America Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Revenue by Countries

9 Middle East and Africa Revenue Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services by Countries

10 Global Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Segment by Type

11 Global Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Segment by Application

12 Global Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market Size Forecast (2018-2023)

13 Research Findings and Conclusion

14 Appendix

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Amazon has officially entered Nashville’s delivery scene. They will have plenty of company with the food delivery services that are already bringing …
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Amazon has officially entered Nashville’s delivery scene.

They will have plenty of company with the food delivery services that are already bringing food to hungry Nashvillians with the tap of a phone or tablet.

Here are several options if you want to eat out without leaving your home.

Uber Eats

The popular ride-hailing service has been delivering food in Nashville since 2016.

Fees to use the service can range anywhere from $1.99 to $6.99, depending on the restaurant and proximity to your location.

Postmates

If your’e looking for more than just restaurant food, Postmates boats they will bring you groceries and alcohol in under an hour.

The service runs specials with free or $1.99 delivery fee, but most orders will run you about a $3.99 fee, not including taxes or tip.

Grubhub

Grub Hub has consumed several other delivery apps, such as OrderUp and Eat24. Similar to the other services, it’s free to download the app and open an account but the food, tax, tip and a service charge are all included with the order. Grubhub also plainly shows if there is a minimum cost for an order.

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DoorDash

Entering the Nashville market in 2016, DoorDash was started in a Stanford University dorm room in 2013.

EatStreet

Based out of Madison, Wisconsin, EatStreet was founded in 2010 and serves more than 250 cities and had 1.7 million active users as of November 8, 2017, according to its website.

Amazon Restaurants

The newest player in the game, delivery fees range from $1.99 to $6.99 and customers ahve the option to tip their drivers. Food is delivered in one hour or less.

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Bite Squad

You’ll find pretty much everything the other services offer with this service out of Minneapolis. Deliver fees usually range between $2.99 and $3.99, and EatStreet takes a page out of Domino’s book by offering a 5-step status checker so customers can see exactly where in the process their order is.

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Nashville Delivers

If you live in Nolensville, Brentwood, or anywhere else in South or Southeast Nashville, there’s a delivery service for you. Nashville Delivers offers to bring you food or liquor, and they even offer to bring groceries to those staying in an AirBnB.

Delivery fees range from $1.99 for a zero to three mile trip, all the way up to $15.99 for a 16-20 mile trip. There’s an additional charge of $3.99 if the driver is making multiple stops.

And that AirBnB service will coast you a little bit. There’s a $150 minimum, along with a $25 delivery fee and a 15% surcharge of the total bill. Grocery and liquor deliveries are available Monday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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