Even with consumers staying home, O2O companies Meituan and Eleme face challenges selling and delivering meals to them.
Various parties involved in Meituan’s food delivery ecosystem are pointing fingers at one another over missing profits. It doesn’t look good.
As Meituan CEO Wang Xing’s right hand man—and college best friend—announces his retirement, TechNode takes a close look back at his career.
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Rising commission fees are eroding profitability at small restaurants. Many owners say they’ve had enough.
You might think e-commerce is saturated and O2O has room to grow. What if it’s the other way round?
Online grocery platforms such as Miss Fresh, Alibaba’s Freshippo, and newcomer Dingdong give customers access to food delivery at the touch of a button.
As the Chinese O2O market settles and room for scalability shrinks, an AI race is set to fire up again the competition in the sector.
Designed for senior leaders and decision-makers, Corporate+ offers corporate members an all-in-one service across different cities in China.
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