Shuttl's foodtech debut and why it doesn't want to be a Zomato or Swiggy
Shuttlhas forayed into foodtechby partnering with cloud kitchens to offer breakfast options to its consumers.
- The startup plans to build a product from where consumers can pre-order their food.
- Shuttl was founded in 2015 and has completed over 20 million rides so far.
AdvertisementIndian bus mobility app Shuttl has ventured into foodtech – by offering breakfast and snack options to its consumers along the way.
The Indian millennial is almost always in a hurry to leave home and head to work in order to ditch the traffic congestion and in such scenarios, more often than not, misses breakfast.
“They are in a hurry to leave home but once they are in the bus to get to work, they usually don’t have much to do. Here’s where we saw the opportunity to introduce a breakfast option to our consumers,” Amit Singh, co-founder and CEO, Shuttl told Business Insider.
However, they don’t plan to compete with
“We are not saying we will become a Swiggy or a
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