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2021 Brazil Food Delivery: iFood continues to lead with over 80% Market Share

Ola, let’s talk about the food delivery market in Brazil. With Brazil covering almost half of the Latin America food delivery market, it is definitely the most important battlefield for on-demand food delivery companies.  According to Measurable AI’s e-receipts data panel in Brazil: iFood, Rappi and UberEats are currently the three major players in the […]

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Zomato vs Swiggy – Who Leads the Food Delivery Race in India?

This article takes a deep dive into MAI’s transactional e-receipt data to arrive at actionable insights in the online food delivery space in India.

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A Grab Explainer: FoodDelivery, Rideshare, and More

Founded in 2012, Southeast Asia’s super app Grab is seeking an IPO through SPAC merger, which reportedly might become the biggest-ever U.S. equity offering by a South-East Asian company. Grab provides essential services including rideshare, food delivery, hotel booking, on-demand delivery, and payment services with its namesake mobile application. It now serves 670 million people […]

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Food Delivery Market in Hong Kong: Deliveroo, Foodpanda, UberEats

The competitive landscape of the food delivery market in Asia has changed a lot in 2021. Previously our reports showed how major food delivery companies in Asia were performing during covid (Read The Roller Coaster Goes On: Food-Delivery Companies in Asia). After a year of pandemic, the battle goes on, and is heating up in […]

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The Rise of Food Delivery Market in the Middle East

When it comes to consumer behavior under the pandemic, nothing has been too different all around the world now. The war among food delivery companies that we have seen in many regions is also happening in the Arab world. According to Measurable AI’s transactional e-receipts data, the overall food delivery market in the Middle East […]

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Characterizing the “Whales”: Mining In-App Purchase E-Receipts Data

“Whales” are usually referred to as a small group of people who contribute a large percentage of revenues in successful games. These users’ purchasing behavior can be very different from regular users. Previous studies showed that 1% of the users are responsible for over 59% of the revenues on iPhone’s marketplace in the US. In […]

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Case Study: Predicting Sales with E-receipts Data – Children’s Place

One of the most common use cases of our e-receipts data is to serve as a proxy of companies’ revenues and sales. When we have access to a consistent email receipts data panel, as the one Measurable AI offers, we are able to generate predictions after the end of each quarter based on historical data, […]

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Ride or Die: Gojek versus Grab in Indonesia

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the frequency of going out has been greatly reduced, resulting in plummeting sales of ride-hailing companies. Based on Measurable AI’s e-receipts data, we take a closer look into the competition between two ride-hailing giants from South East Asia: Gojek and Grab, in one of their biggest markets Indonesia.    Sharp Decline […]

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Food Delivery: Who owns the most loyal users?

As consumer adoption of food delivery increases, the competition among food delivery companies on wallet share and loyalty continues.  If a restaurant is available on all delivery apps, users get to choose which app to order from. To lure more users to their own platforms, food delivery companies need to adjust their pricing strategies, optimize […]

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The Roller Coaster Goes On: Food-Delivery Companies in Asia (II)

In a former report, we used Measurable AI’s unique e-receipts data to look at the food delivery industry in APAC in the early months of covid-19, and saw a huge surge in food delivery volume. After six months, the pandemic is still not over, and so is the competition among the food delivery companies.  Based […]

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