Singapore’s online food delivery company, Foodpanda, will expand its on-demand delivery services in Singapore by delivering groceries, flowers, and household essentials — putting it in the same competitive space with other Southeast Asian service providers like Redmart, GrabFresh, and HappyFresh.
To expand its services, Foodpanda had engaged more than 1,000 retailers in Singapore to offer delivery for convenience products, beauty essentials, and baby care items — where it partners with:
Foodpanda had hired 100 engineers in Singapore to optimize its back-end technology where now it aims to hire 30 more engineers by the end of the year with the expansion of its services.
Founded in 2012, Foodpanda had offered its on-demand food delivery service to more than 30,000 partner restaurants in more than 120 cities globally, with operations in:
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