Naspers optimistic about a growing appetite for food delivery

2021-06-22 01:32:00 PM
Naspers optimistic about a growing appetite for food delivery

Naspers optimistic about a growing appetite for food delivery 🔒

Naspers optimistic about a growing appetite for food delivery 🔒

Consumers’ shift to online platforms leads to eye-catching growth for the delivery businesses, including Mr D in SA

21 June 2021 - 10:19Karl GernetzkyNaspers, Africa’s most valuable company, says Covid-19 has validated its push into e-commerce businesses such as food delivery, adding on Monday that it believes there is a bigger appetite for the market than previously believed.

Even before the pandemic struck, Naspers had been bulking up its food delivery business to take on Silicon Valley giants such as Uber Eats. It said on Monday that a consumer shift from restaurants to online delivery helped group profit almost double in its year to end-March...

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Naspers optimistic about a growing appetite for food deliveryConsumers’ shift to online platforms leads to eye-catching growth for the delivery businesses, including Mr D in SA

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BL PREMIUM 21 June 2021 - 10:19 Karl Gernetzky Naspers, Africa’s most valuable company, says Covid-19 has validated its push into e-commerce businesses such as food delivery, adding on Monday that it believes there is a bigger appetite for the market than previously believed.BL PREMIUM 21 June 2021 - 10:19 Karl Gernetzky Naspers, Africa’s most valuable company, says Covid-19 has validated its push into e-commerce businesses such as food delivery, adding on Monday that it believes there is a bigger appetite for the market than previously believed.BL PREMIUM 21 June 2021 - 10:19 Karl Gernetzky Naspers, Africa’s most valuable company, says Covid-19 has validated its push into e-commerce businesses such as food delivery, with profit almost doubling in its year to end-March.Prosus announced it would kickstart a share swap between the two companies.

Even before the pandemic struck, Naspers had been bulking up its food delivery business to take on Silicon Valley giants such as Uber Eats. It said on Monday that a consumer shift from restaurants to online delivery helped group profit almost double in its year to end-March. It said on Monday that a consumer shift from restaurants to online delivery helped group profit almost double in its year to end-March..... B Premium This article is reserved for our subscribers. It is expected that Naspers’s holding of Prosus shares will reduce from 73.

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