Food delivery companies take offers of $5-10 million in tough conditions.
Uber Essentials, for which approvals are being sought from state governments, will be extended to other cities early this week once approved, said Pradeep Parameswaran, President of Uber India, and South Asia.
E-commerce companies have been facing a major manpower shortage, as migrant workers have returned to their native places, amid the virus outbreak.
Online food delivery orders for Zomato & Swiggy have dropped 70% in the last 10 days to under 1 million a day.
In a virtual townhall, Flipkart CEO assured over 6,000 employees that Flipkart was “financially healthy”.
CovidMaps.in lists details around when a store is open, what items are available and how much, safety precautions being observed, crowding, wait-times to help people get their essentials in a safe way.
Customers have also expressed concern about the health of delivery partners given their exposure to multiple people. In fact, Red-Seer Consulting has forecast a 30% drop in food delivery volumes in India for early March.
Nykaa has launched quizzes, contextual work from home, health and social distancing content and campaigns. The company continues to sell some essential items and accepts orders for its fashion portal Nykaa Fashion, although with delayed delivery timelines.
These solutions range from prevention mechanisms and testing to monitoring and manufacturing medical equipment.
India’s biggest delivery brands need experienced riders, so pick up your phone immediately and call us, said a message sent by Releski Jobs to workers in the restaurant industry. Releski Jobs is an online portal which connects job seekers and employers in the restaurant, hospitality and retail sectors.
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