The novel coronavirus epidemic has accelerated the popularity of online takeaway applications (App) for two to three years,

reported today that Will Shug CEO Will, a British takeaway platform, said (Will Shu) today. “Our preliminary analysis shows that the new coronavirus epidemic has accelerated consumer acceptance of outbound services by about two to three years,” will Shu told the web summit today “We’re seeing a phenomenal increase in new users,” said will Shu. We also see that existing users order more frequently and order more frequently for their families. We also see that consumers are buying more and more kinds of things. ” Based in London, deliveroo has been losing money for several years. But during the outbreak, deliveroo’s business grew. Will Shu revealed that deliveroo has been profitable at the operational level for the past six months. < / P > < p > next year, deliveroo plans to invest more to expand its global network of dark kitchen. The so-called “dark kitchen” refers to no restaurant facade, specializing in the production of takeout food. Currently, deliveroo has about 500 “dark kitchen” outlets around the world. Speaking of the “dark kitchen,” will Shu said, “I bet this will be the future trend in the delivery industry. They have evolved from a dispensable expansion of restaurants to an important part of restaurant strategy. ” < / P > < p > deliveroo was founded in 2013, using a network of 80000 freelance couriers to deliver food from more than 100000 restaurants to people’s homes and offices. It is reported that deliveroo plans to launch an IPO (initial public offering) in 2021. < p > < p > in May last year, Amazon announced that it would take the lead in injecting $575 million into deliveroo. Amazon is the largest investor, while other investors include t Rowe price, fidelity and greenoaks. < p > < p > in August this year, British regulators approved the investment, and Amazon acquired a minority stake in deliveroo. Deliveroo said it would use the money to support restaurants, provide consumers with more choice and value, and provide more flexible job opportunities for riders as the company expands. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities