Just Eat Takeaway says its goal is to outperform its competitors to the point that they bow out of the market
Just Eat Takeaway has signed a long-term strategic partnership with McDonald’s to expand delivery. The fast-food giant has had a partnership with Grubhub, which was acquired by Just Eat Takeaway last year.
“This partnership will elevate existing local partnerships between Just Eat Takeaway.com and McDonald’s, which will reduce complexity and provide great opportunity to innovate at scale together on operational efficiency and a seamless customer experience. McDonald’s has offered delivery through its McDelivery program for the last five years, with the service expanding from 3,000 locations at launch to more than 33,000 restaurants in 300 countries today,” said Just Eat Takeaway.
Just Eat Takeaway says its goal is to outperform its competitors to the point that they bow out of the market.
“There are still players in markets in which I believe they have a challenging position, so I would encourage them to leave those countries, but they are not leaving those countries thus far. We do expect some of that to happen this year if the current rotation in the market continues to happen. I think that’s going to be beneficial to us because, we’ve seen that in Spain — if a competitor leaves the country, obviously you grow a little bit in market share,” said Jitse Groen, CEO, Just Eat Takeaway.