Zomato goes International with the launch of Dubai edition

Indian startups will go global and lifestyle guide, Zomato has forayed into International markets with the launch of its services for Dubai. The company is planning to add more cities in Middle East and South East Asia by the end of 2012. In addition to this move, Zomato has also extended its presence within India from 10 to 12 cities with the launch of its Lucknow and Indore sections.Zomato-Dubai

The Dubai section is launched with more than 3,500 restaurants ranging from cafeterias to restaurants at 7 Star Hotels and like what Zomato does with Indian businesses, the company provides scanned menus, photos and coordinates for most of the restaurants listed on Zomato Dubai, along with other relevant information such as ratings, reviews and contact details.

Zomato receives (as claimed) more than 4 million users every month and recently launched social features on the site (read: Explained: The Technology implementation behind launching Social Features). Company’s print guide is also available in the market.

Zomato has received over $6.5 million from Info Edge in funding (since 2010).

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