TECHNOLOGY | Staff Reporter, Singapore

AirAsia's food delivery platform comes to Singapore

The company is offering a discounted commission rate for operators signing up before 1 March.

AirAsia’s food delivery platform is expanding into Singapore, aiming to “democratise” the industry.

The company is calling on F&B operators across the Lion City to sign up as merchants, offering those sign up before 1 March 2021 a 8% commission rate for the said month.

The normal commission rate charged by Airasia Food is 15%, it said.

“Singapore is the most vibrant market in the region, if not globally, and we are super excited to kickstart airasia food in Singapore. Our Allstars Delivery Squad has painted the town red in Malaysia and now we are ready to take on the streets of Singapore,” AirAsia group CEO Tony Fernandes said in a statement.

AirAsia Food says it allows merchants to go live within 48 hours upon registration and is supported by the company’s ecosystem of over 1.1 million BIG Members in Singapore.

Merchants will also receive support from a dedicated account manager who will assist in bringing the F&B business online, provide system support on data analytics and monitoring.

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