Deliveroo and TripAdvisor partner up
Hungry travellers will now be able to order Deliveroo meals directly through the travel website, TripAdvisor.
TripAdvisor, which publishes customer reviews on travel related activities and services, will now provide a link to the Deliveroo ordering app on restaurant listings.
Over 20, 000 different restaurants will feature the link.
Bertrand Jelensperger, Senior Vice President of TripAdvisor Restaurants, said the partnership with Deliveroo aims to give its restaurant listings a new way to engage with the TripAdvisor community.
“Whether reading reviews, reserving a table through Dimmi or placing a food order through Deliveroo, our goal is for TripAdvisor to serve as a one-stop-shop for diners around the world,” he said.
Deliveroo Founder, Will Shu, said Deliveroo is always looking for new ways to bring food to people’s door.
“We’re excited to partner with TripAdvisor to make it even easier for our customers to order delicious food from the best local restaurants, wherever they are in the world,” Shu said.
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