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Deliveroo launches catering service for meetings

Event planners in Singapore can now harness new catering options.

Online food delivery service, Deliveroo, has unveiled a new suite of catering services for corporate meetings and events.

The expanded offerings under the Deliveroo for Business (DFB) service — first launched in Singapore — promise to help companies plan, manage and host events such as meetings, intimate office gatherings and multi-day conventions.

Siddharth Shanker, general manager, Deliveroo Singapore, says: “Deliveroo’s new line-up of offerings was created based on feedback from the businesses DFB works with in Singapore.” It organises up to 2,000 corporate events in Singapore yearly and has seen order volumes grow by more than 100 per cent, year-on-year.

“People are the reason why businesses flourish, and we know that great food is the way to their hearts. This is why we introduced Deliveroo for Business to treat teams and clients to the tastiest restaurant food on demand,” he adds. 

With access to 6,000 restaurant partners in Singapore, DFB is able to deliver a wide choice of cuisines to its customers. A catering arm has also been established, with more than 30 partners, to serve larger team functions.

To facilitate payments and better manage meeting budgets, Shanker says companies can take advantage of DFB’s one-click meal payment system. All records are automatically consolidated for finance managers, reducing the time and hassle that comes with traditional meal expensing.

Off-site events can be arranged, taking advantage of DFB’s Deliveroo Food Market event space and audio visual equipment rental. DFB also offers customisable food catering, and a dedicated event coordinator to create successful events.

Shanker says: “Food plays a key role in fostering cohesive teams, and with the year-end festive season coming up, DFB’s tailored packages help provide value-for-money options, while reducing the stress and hassle that come with planning such large-scale events and parties.”