LazyAppetite.com Got Big Plans For Africa, With Social As Core

Had an interview with Mawuna of Silicon Africa, about LazyAppetite‘s plans for Africa, a startup that I co-founded. Below is an abstract what the Food Delivery Startup arena. We are looking to break grounds and to do that with ‘social’ as core.

Started 4 years ago, Eat24.com, a food-delivery startup in San Francisco has now more than 150 employees, covers more than 850 U.S. cities, gets more than a million unique visitors a month, and will generate more than $150 million in sales by the end of the year 2012.

The food delivery market is growing, and fast. In Europe, Berlin food delivery startup “Delivery Hero” Just merged with Foodik, seeking more access to new international growth opportunities.

In India, BigBite, is growing fast. In Indonesia Klik-Eat can’t handle the demand from restaurants. Innovation is spurring as well. Tacocopter, a new food delivery startup in Silicon Valley, is going one giant step further, usingUnmanned Drone Helicopters to deliver the food even faster to its customers.

What about Africa? Here comes LazyAppetite.com, a Nigerian Startup, founded by Nubi Kayode and Deji Opoola, which has big plans to bring food delivery all over Africa.

Read Full Interview here

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