Online food portal Justeat.in has sold a minority stake in the company to private equity firm Forum Synergies and Spains Axon Capital.
Times Internet’s restaurant and food guide portal TimesCity.com has acquired Dineout, a Delhi based restaurant booking service. With this, TimesCity visitors can make online restaurant reservations.
Social media communication, web based and mobile based delivery are fast growing in the Indian F&B space, says retail consulting firm Technopak.
TastyKhana app will allow users to browse through restaurant menus, order and pay for food delivery without making a phone call.
For all those who missed out on the action, here is a curated list of all the stuff that we covered last week.
JustDial just got into a lot of businesses at one go. Does all this make sense for a horizontal search engine to get into? Or is the best-of-breed that aggregators can better attempt for a specific vertical a better approach to solving these problems?
The service is currently available on the web and phone and sadly not on Justdial’s mobile applications. This is probably because of the location specific nature of the business.
Justeat.in has updated its Android app to version 2.0 which brings a couple of new features including an online payment feature and discount coupons while ordering through the app. In addition to the cash on delivery option users of the app can now also pay only with a credit card while ordering from the app.
Eating out is something most people love to do but figuring out where to eat is often an issue. Whether you’re alone or with a group of friends settling on a restaurant is hard. There are a number of Android app which assist you with this. Here is our pick of apps we use when we decide to eat out.
Delivery Hero which is present in 14 markets worldwide, is taking a strategic investment route to invest in Indian market.