Careem NOW is supporting local restaurants by offering 15% reduction on its commission

This change will allow Careem NOW to offer the necessary support to local restaurants and encourage orders from small businesses in order to benefit the community as a whole.

  

Now is the time we need to band together and keep the at-risk groups safe by social distancing and keeping to ourselves. Homegrown brand Careem NOW is looking to support local restaurants across Dubai and have reduced its commission by 15 percent.

This change will allow Careem NOW to offer the necessary support to local restaurants and encourage orders from small businesses in order to benefit the community as a whole. Using Careem NOW, customers can enjoy some of their favourite places in the comfort of their own home, staying safe and isolated while also keeping favourite Dubai-native restaurants busy during these challenging times.

Gheed El Makkaoui, General Manager at Careem UAE comments: “Careem pledges to assist its partners, customers and captains during these confusing times. Being a leader in the delivery industry, we need to be the supporting force behind our communities and our partners to push through this phase and ensure the business continuity of local merchants on our platform.”

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About Careem:

Careem is the internet platform for the greater Middle East region. A pioneer of the region’s ride-hailing economy, Careem is expanding services across its platform to become the region’s everyday Super App. Careem’s mission is to simplify and improve the lives of people and build an awesome organisation that inspires. Established in July 2012, Careem operates in over 100 cities across 13 countries and has created more than one million employment opportunities in the region. Careem became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Uber Technologies, Inc. in January 2020. www.careem.com 

About Careem NOW:
Careem NOW is the digital platform for delivery of food, goods and services throughout the region. Launching in 2018, it marked Careem’s expansion into the food and non-food delivery market as the company moves beyond ride-hailing and into mass deliveries, mass transportation and payments

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