Global Online Takeaway Food Delivery Market Set for Significant Growth, Expects Daedal Research in Its Report Published at MarketPublishers.com09 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – At present, the world’s food services industry experiences a revolution. The dynamic change takes place in the food delivery market, as well. The online segment is one of major factors igniting the growth.
Food delivery order can be placed online or via a mobile app. The increasing Internet penetration across the globe and the rising use of smartphones encourage the growth of the online segment.
The world’s market for online takeaway food delivery is expected to demonstrate tremendous growth over the period 2016-2020. Some other driving forces besides the ones mentioned above are a rise in the investments in such services, the growing youth population and spending in the middle class, and more.
Yet, some customers are slow on the uptake of online food ordering, thus posing a challenge to this market. Fluctuations in profitability are one more challenge.
Some of the most important trends in the world’s space are low barriers to entry, the rising online demand for healthy food, and seasonality of such a business, to name a few.
Just Eat and GrubHub Holdings are among top companies in the worldwide space
In-demand research report “Global Online Takeaway Food Delivery Market: Size, Trends & Forecasts (2016-2020)” worked out by Daedal Research provides an up-close look at the global market of online takeaway food delivery. The study offers a 360-degree overview of the worldwide space.
It precisely estimates a value of the market, covers its segmentation and penetration. The report throws light on top countries: the U.K., the U.S., Italy, France, etc. The research study explores driving forces of the marketplace.
It pays close attention to challenges of the space and contains a deep insight into market trends. The research report highlights the competitive environment and reviews major players. Future projections for the marketplace and projections up to 2020 are on hand in the study too.
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