Delivery.com delivers lunch to WeWork members

Online delivery service Delivery.com has partnered with WeWork to provide food delivery in 16 cities around the world.

Using the Delivery.com platform, WeWork's 30,000 members can order food on demand through the same portal used to create business functions such as booking conference rooms, managing accounts, and communicating with other members.

After the launch of food delivery, the two companies will roll out other delivery verticals, including alcohol delivery for corporate gifts and happy hours, groceries for the office, and dry cleaning services.

"We are thrilled to bring the ease and convenience of Delivery.com's on-demand ordering platform to WeWork's community of entrepreneurs," said Delivery.com CEO Jed Kleckner. "Through this integration, we enable WeWork to provide even more services to its members, helping them stay hungry for success without wasting time on what's for lunch."

Delivery.com joins the grocery number of start-ups looking to provide a third-party solution to food delivery. For example, Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) now offers one-hour food delivery in Manhattan. Dunkin' Donuts, Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) and McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) are also testing on-demand food delivery.

For more:
-See this Delivery.com press release

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