At the 2022 Global Digital Economy Conference on July 29, Meituan, China's leading e-commerce services platform, displayed many products such as automatic delivery vehicles, drones, smart restaurants and smart pharmacies.
MenuSifu, a point of sale (POS) software developer, on July 27 announced it had closed a $20 million Series B fundraising round, led by Challenjers Venture.
Neil Shen, the Founding and Managing Partner of Sequoia China, has recently sold more Meituan shares, after previously reducing his holdings by 21.07 million shares and cashing out HK$3.9 billion ($496.86 million) in early July.
Users of Douyin, the Chinese mainland version of TikTok, can now purchase combo meal delivery services from restaurants through the platform.
Saltalk, a virtual kitchen and e-commerce platform that connects food entrepreneurs and customers, will continue to seek Series B funding worth $30 million by early next year, the firm's founder and CEO Fred Ming told Pandaily in a recent interview.
Xin Lijun, the CEO of JD Retail, said in an interview that JD.com was studying the possibility of entering the field of food delivery.
In response to recent reports regarding Dingdong Maicai's "large-scale withdrawal", the grocery e-commerce platform responded on Monday that the information was untrue.
Chinese e-commerce company JD.com will attempt to develop a food delivery business. Under the arrangement, merchants will operate through the JD Daojia app.
Meituan, China's leading e-commerce services platform, announced on Thursday its unaudited consolidated results for the three months ended March 31, 2022.
Beijing-based local e-commerce platform Meituan announced on Wednesday its recent efforts and achievements in helping the elderly, assisting delivery drivers and green consumption in its "2021 Corporate Social Responsibility Report."
Food delivery platform beU delivery has completed seed round financing worth several million dollars, led by Y Combinator.
In order to ensure the safety of delivery drivers, the local life services platform operated by major Chinese tech firm Meituan has announced it will put 100,000 smart safety helmets into use in Beijing and other cities this year.
The leading two companies in the domestic food delivery industry – Meituan and Ele.me – are now promoting "group buying food" services, while keeping a low profile.
Neil Shen, the founding and managing partner of Sequoia Capital China and director of food delivery giant Meituan, had recently reduced his share holdings in the food delivery company.
Regulators have recently conducted an online talk with Meituan to address an issue of wage arrears revealed by food delivery drivers in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang.