Food app Zomato has announced that it has acquired Uber’s food delivery business in India. The deal is an all-stock transaction, which gives Uber 9.99 per cent ownership in Zomato.
Deepinder Goyal, founder and CEO, Zomato, said, “We are proud to have pioneered restaurant discovery and to have created a leading food delivery business across more than 500 cities in India. This acquisition significantly strengthens our position in the category. ”
Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO, Uber, said, “Our Uber Eats team in India has achieved an incredible amount over the last two years, and I couldn’t be prouder of their ingenuity and dedication. India remains an exceptionally important market to Uber and we will continue to invest in growing our local rides business, which is already the clear category leader. We have been very impressed by Zomato’s ability to grow rapidly in a capital-efficient manner and we wish them continued success. ”
Uber Eats in India has discontinued operations. It will direct restaurants, delivery partners, and users of the Uber Eats apps to Zomato.
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