Food ordering startup Eatsy shutters operations

Food ordering startup Eatsy shutters operations

7/8/2020 8:37:00 AM

Food ordering startup Eatsy shutters operations

EATSY, a Singapore-based restaurant ordering and payment startup, has fully ceased operations. Read more at The Business Times.

EATSY, a Singapore-based restaurant ordering and payment startup, has fully ceased operations.Before it closed down in April, Eatsy had about 20 staff in Singapore and Indonesia. These employees received help in transitioning to other companies, founder Shaun Heng told

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