Pakistan's favourite food delivery platform, foodpanda, has entered a strategic partnership with Pizza Hut as delivery partners for global and local expansion.
The partnership expects to grow the number of delivery outlets for Pizza Hut by an estimated 150% by the end of 2021; foodpanda Pakistan will also support Pizza Hut to achieve growth targets and launch new products.
The food delivery platform also aims to empower and rev the country's economy in these challenging times by helping stakeholders reach the right audience through their platform.
Welcoming Pizza Hut as a strategic partner, CEO foodpanda Pakistan, Nauman Sikander, said, “Through our strategic partnership with Pizza Hut, our objective is to transform the delivery industry. Leveraging foodpanda’s core strength of a robust delivery network, and Pizza Hut’s business strength of distinct and superior products, this partnership will enhance the customer experience overall, ensuring super fast food deliveries.”
Arsalan Mahmood, CCO Pizza Hut Pakistan, added, “Pizza Hut is Pakistan’s largest and most loved restaurant chain with over 100 restaurants across the country. We are always looking for ways to make our customers’ experience more lovable. We view our partnership with foodpanda as an extension of our delivery business and with this renewed strategic partnership, we are certain that our distinct and superior products and their robust delivery channel, we can make the customers’ experience more memorable.”
The country’s leading online delivery marketplace, foodpanda Pakistan makes use of a convenient app and web based platform that allows users to order food, groceries and essential items from thousands of restaurants and shops nationwide.
With over 20,000 restaurants, home chefs, shops and pandamart across more than 40 cities, foodpanda aims to generate business growth and employment opportunities for Pakistanis, especially women, all over the country.
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