Amazon launches food delivery service in India – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Amazon is joining India’s online food delivery market just as top local players Swiggy and Zomato reduce their workforces to steer through the coronavirus pandemic. The e-commerce giant, which has invested more than $6.5 billion in India, today launched its food delivery service, called Amazon Food, in select parts of Bangalore. The company had…

India’s Swiggy to cut 1,100 jobs, scale down cloud kitchen operations – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Swiggy said on Monday it is cutting 1,100 jobs and scaling down some adjacent businesses as India’s top food delivery startup looks to reduce costs to survive the coronavirus pandemic that has made people cautious about ordering food online. In an internal email, which the Bangalore-headquartered startup published on its blog, Swiggy co-founder and…

Indian food delivery startup Zomato cuts 13% of workforce – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Zomato, an India-headquartered food delivery startup, is cutting 13% of its workforce as it looks to reduce cost and tide the coronavirus crises that has made many cautious about ordering food online. The 11-year-old firm did not disclose the exact number of people it was letting go, but the number is above 500. A Zomato…

Covidmaps lets you find grocery stores and pharmacies in India – TechCrunch

[ad_1] More than half a dozen volunteers have banded collectively in India to launch a crowdsourced instrument to assist individuals in the nation determine and find close by grocery stores, pharmacies, and money machines as New Delhi extends the nationwide lockdown to May 3. The service, known as Covidmaps, permits individuals to find operational grocery…