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Google App recently launched Hyperlocal Services App Aero. The App had been launched in the cities of Bangalore and Mumbai. Currently it aggregates food delivery, beauty, home maintenance, household repairs, fitness training as well as physiotherapy. Following the launch of Aero, Uber also launched UberEATS to rival services offered by Google, Zomato, foodpanda and Swiggy. The best part about the services is the price at which the order is delivered to the consumer’s end i.e a delivery fee of Rs 15, inclusive of taxes. Also there is no minimum order size.
“We are launching the food delivery service in 4 regions in Mumbai with 200 restaurants and couple of hundreds of delivery partners,” Bhavik Rathod, head of UberEATS India, told the Hindustan Times.
Industry veterans and Startup ThinkTank consider this move as a huge opportunity for employment creation. Speaking on the development Sanchit Vir Gogia, chief analyst at Greyhound Research, said “Imagine the number of jobs Uber will generate once it scales up just as it did with the rides model. Just four regions and it has nearly 500 partners. When it scales up its service in Mumbai, it will hire in thousands