Uber grocery delivery to be increased based on growth

Growing Uber grocery delivery amid promising early results

Uber’s business model shift to Uber grocery delivery over ride-sharing has paid off handsomely. With the COVID-19 pandemic causing a 53 percent dip in Uber’s ride-sharing business, its global grocery delivery operation exceeded $1 billion in annual run rate for the second quarter of 2020. There seems to be nowhere to go but up. While Uber’s grocery delivery offering is in about 10 countries worldwide, its American version is being built out of the early success it started incubating out of Dallas and Miami in July. Prospects look good because 23 million new subscribers returned to Uber’s fold […] Click here to view original web page at Consumer Affairs

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