Uber eats Intro
If you are looking for food from your favourite restaurant at the faster rate then opt for Uber eats. It is an online food ordering and delivery platform of America which got launched out in August 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
It is serving worldwide under the parent organization Uber, which is a web-based transportation network company working since 2009 and headquartered in San Francisco, California. It is easily available through mobile apps and websites with Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp as founders.
How it opened?
The parent service was started by the founders Garrett Camp and Travis Kalanick in 2009. They made a start-up with food in 2014 starting first from Santa Monica, California as UberFRESH. Later the name got changed to UberEATS in 2015 making the service available on website and app. It spread out to Chicago, New York and Barcelona after successful trial in California. Now they have expanded the business worldwide.
How they work?
They have worked with local restaurants to join hands in food delivery business and have put on the range of cuisines on menu that can be served as breakfast, lunch and dinner with 24/7 service. The app was developed and put on for service on smart phone/tablet working best on iOS and Android devices.
The website is active and one can easily place an order according to their choice with their device paying gratuity of delivery person alongside. The final cost with tax is $12.60 and is now waiving the fee to be around $4.99 for each order. One can also track the delivery status of the order on their device. Now they are looking for local chef to increase their demand in market.
Do they provide jobs?
Yes, they have jobs asking you about being a delivery partner in their business. One can use car, bike, and scooter or on foot and getting paid for their delivery trip based on location and distance travelled. The work can be done for an hour, a weekend or throughout the week according to your wish and get paid once a week having all track of money within the driver app.