Deliveroo in Hong Kong has been improving its business recently, and now to celebrate its second anniversary of Deliveroo for Business, some new features are offered to business clients and visitors.
For example, Deliveroo for Business currently is capable of offering catering services for large-scale events. It has catered for 300-person breakfast conferences and most recently the ICON APAC Annual Conference. Deliveroo for Business in Hong Kong is now taking bookings for catering Christmas parties.
Also, the arm allows businesses to order regular deliveries of fruits and snacks to their offices.
“Deliveroo for Business is reinventing the way people interact with food at work, as more and more companies pinpoint food as a key retention tool in an increasingly competitive employment market. We’re delighted to bring even more great food to busy workers in Hong Kong, who are famous for eating lunch ‘al desko’,” said Brian Lo, general manager of Deliveroo Hong Kong.
Other than business clients, Deliveroo for Business also offers a hotel room service, allowing travellers to select dishes and place orders via the hotel, with food arriving in less than 30 minutes. Currently Madera Group in Hong Kong is already using the service, with a second-edition menu coming soon.
“We understand the need to anticipate travellers’ desires and provide the utmost levels of comfort and convenience. Working with Deliveroo is a fantastic way to offer even more dining options to our guests, putting a world of yummy cuisine at their fingertips,” said Lucas Lai, head of Madera Hospitality Management of Madera Group.
In Hong Kong, lunchtime orders are by far the most popular among business customers (70%), who order team meals, lunchtime learning sessions, internal training and client meetings.
Asset management companies, financial service firms and international law firms account for the majority of business users. Business customers love to order Chinese and Cantonese restaurants the most, with sushi, Vietnamese and healthy salads rounding out the top 10 cuisine preferences by spend. The legal profession prefers healthy options with their top two most-ordered restaurant types being salad and vegetarian.