Uber Eats, the application that allows millions of people around the world to request the food they want for home delivery, is ready to reach seven more cities in Mexico: Puerto Vallarta , Guanajuato, Irapuato, Celaya, Morelia, Los Mochis and Ciudad Obregón.
The application will close 2018 with a presence in 30 cities in the country. According to a statement, Uber Eats has already begun to activate the future distribution partners that will use the application and the restaurants that will be available on the platform.
Through the Uber Eats app, an independent and different application from Uber, the restaurants will be connected to a new network of potential diners, who can, in turn, order their favorite dish no matter where they are.
The distribution partners, meanwhile, will use the application to make their own deliveries, picking up the food in the restaurant and delivering it to the user, whether walking, cycling, motorcycling or driving.
For diners, Uber Eats means to make the most of their time and enjoy their favorite dishes wherever they are: at home, in the park, in the office or even at a concert.
For distribution partners, Uber Eats opens new self-employment opportunities with autonomy and flexibility that allows them to generate greater profits. Thanks to the flexibility of the platform, within the distribution partners that use the Uber Eats application in Mexico, we find hundreds of students, single mothers, people in unemployment, seniors or professionals who want to earn extra money in their free time.
For restaurants, Uber Eats means boosting business by reaching a new network of potential diners through greater visibility and reach. This is how restaurants can make better use of their kitchens by selling to users who do not intend to go to an establishment.
“At Uber Eats we are happy to prepare our next arrival in seven new cities: Puerto Vallarta, Guanajuato, Irapuato, Celaya, Morelia, Los Mochis and Ciudad Obregon, to satisfy all kinds of palates and budgets at the time and place that users decide”, said Cristina Villarreal Communication Director of Uber Eats in Latin America.
“We are already in the process of activating restaurant partners and distribution partners, so we welcome all those establishments and people who want to increase their profits, taking advantage of Uber Eats technology,” Villarreal added.
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