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Deliveroo sets massive growth in Hong Kong despite protests

Hong Kong food-delivery service Deliveroo says it achieved well over 100-per-cent year-on-year growth in both revenue and order volume this year. 

During the year, the company expanded to cover 17 out of the territory’s 18 districts and doubled its fleet of 2000 riders to 4000. 

Deliveroo is marking its fourth anniversary in Hong Kong and has launched a new advertising and social-media campaign covering TV, digital, buses and cinema.

“Moving into our fifth year in Hong Kong, Deliveroo is celebrating nearly half a decade of success and readying ourselves for more innovation and expansion to come,” said Deliveroo Hong Kong GM Brian Lo. 

“The past 12 months brought challenges to the Hong Kong business environment, so for 2020 we are dedicated to bolstering our own strengths in order to continue to help our restaurant partners deliver on their own ambitions.”

Deliveroo is targeting to work with 9000 partner restaurants in Hong Kong by the end of next year, as well as upping its rider numbers from 4000 to 6500.

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