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Keeping customers happy so they come back for more is essential to every service business.
Without tables, chairs or waiters, "ghost" restaurants are flourishing in Vietnam, serving only online customers.
Continuously launching promotion programs and promising ‘free shipping’, fast food delivery apps have been trying every possible means to win customers’ hearts.
Some top fine dining restaurants in upscale hotels in HCM City are now struggling to overcome hard time by offering delivery and takeaway amid the social distancing campaign.
Having survived cancer, one delivery rider in China is helping keep medical staff fed during the pandemic.
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The pandemic may be keeping you at home but you can always treat yourself with a wide range of delicacies delivered right to your front door.
Forwarding firms have been expanding their networks through franchise contracts.
Most of the streets he passes are empty as citizens practise social distancing to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, but for a delivery driver like Nguyen Van Thang, being outside is a must.
Go-Viet is speeding up, 'Be' has launched more services, and MoMo has expressed its intention to join the race, while Grab has a new strategy.
SEA and Grab from Singapore, Woowa Brothers from South Korea and Go-Jek from Indonesia are fighting for market share.