In 2022, main players in the Southeast Asia food delivery market remain Grab, Foodpanda, Gojek, followed by Deliveroo, Shopee Food, and new joiner Airasia Food. This insight article will provide you with a quick overview of the Southeast Asia on-demand food delivery market across metrics such as market share, consumer spending analysis, and user overlap in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Philippines – all calculated based on Measurable AI’s latest transactional data.
When it comes to the food delivery aggregators in the Middle East, ever wonder who is catering to the Emiratis’ hankerings in the United Arab Emirates? Or curious to find out how much does the average UAE consumer spend on each of the major food delivery services? What about the frequency in which they are ordering food delivery services across or from each of the food delivery apps and which dishes are the most popular for the Middle Eastern palate?
Online Food Delivery apps are changing the traditional fast food restaurant business. With their user-friendly experience, professional driver network, and rapid global expansion, many fast food chains have chosen to onboard the food delivery platforms to keep up with the on-demand economy. At Measurable AI, we build and own a unique consumer panel and are the largest transactional email receipt data provider for the emerging markets.
In an era where data-driven decision making and business intelligence are becoming increasingly important, businesses and investors are perpetually seeking faster ways to gauge what is going on in the market and how to better position themselves for success. One way to achieve this is to leverage alternative data sources such as e-receipts data. In this article, we will explore how e-receipt data can be utilized to help further business intelligence or facilitate the investment process when it comes to arriving at predictions.
When you talk about Indian e-commerce, Amazon and Flipkart are the rulers in this hotly contested space. Flipkart, a homegrown e-commerce platform, and Amazon’s Indian arm each reportedly have market shares of over 30% in the country’s online retail market. In this article, we take a look at our transactional e-receipt consumer panel in India to see what consumer intelligence and actionable insights we can extract.
What do you think of when you hear the word “Alternative Data”? A neat definition would be non-traditional data sources that can provide indications as to a firm’s future performance other than conventional sources such as corporate filings and analyst predictions. Or to borrow from the Alternative Management Association (AIMA, 2020), “alternative data comes from unconventional information, mostly in an unstructured form, is not broadly distributed within the industry and is being used to deliver both investment alpha and operational alpha”.
Digital payments in India are growing at a scorching pace. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit, when it comes to digital payments, India has outpaced the rest of the world, registering the highest number of real-time payment transactions. CLSA Research forecasts the digital payment market in India to grow three-fold to touch US$1 trillion by financial year 2026 compared to $300 billion in 2021. India’s large number of real-time transactions can largely be explained by the prevalence of low-value payments in the Indian economy. Similar trends can be witnessed in developing countries.
In South East Asia, Gojek and Grab remain to be the two biggest ride-hailing mobility players, just like Uber and Lyft in the US. A lot has happened to both companies in Southeast Asia in the past year: Gojek announced its merger with Tokopedia and became GoTo Group; Grab app just finished its bell-ringing ceremony at Nasdaq with the biggest SPAC deal (NASDAQ: GRAB).
As the food delivery industry continues to grow with record high order volumes in different markets every day, it’s like a roller coaster that only goes up. On this roller coaster, the ultimate goal for all the food delivery companies right now is to compete for market share. Asia has grown to be a major battlefield for the biggest food tech companies in the world. As 2021 draws to an end, Measurable AI presents the third part of this food delivery industry research in Asia, covering specifically market share and average order value.
The latest trend in the fashion industry is the rise of a handful of fast fashion brands targeted at Gen Z. Amongst these fast fashion companies, the one that has catapulted to cult status among young women across the globe is the Chinese retailer Shein, with a valuation of over $15 billion. Shein is one of the fastest – and most secretive – growing e-commerce companies in the world. Raking in close to $10 billion in 2020 (CB Insights), Shein has reportedly enjoyed eight consecutive years of over 100% revenue growth.
Taiwan, the birthplace of bubble milk tea, is one of the fastest growing food delivery markets in Asia. In Taiwan, people created cute nicknames for UberEats and Foodpanda (吳伯毅 and 傅胖達), which sounds just like two guys’ names in Chinese. After Deliveroo quit the market in 2020, the “two guys” remain the biggest players in Taiwan and continue to own almost half of the market share respectively. Recognizing the huge potential in the Taiwan food delivery market, recently though E-commerce giants Shopee from Singapore and Coupang from Korea have decided to enter the game too.
The rapid development of the on-demand food delivery industry has transformed dining all over the world. Even cultures where dining at home is more the norm, they have succumbed to the convenience of ordering online from food delivery apps now. This can be seen even in countries like Japan, which remains one of the largest food delivery markets in the world but yet it still remains grossly underpenetrated relative to the size of the population and the size of the economy.
With Swiggy’s recent $1.25 billion dollar raise from SoftBank, Zomato’s acquisition of Ubereats last March for $206 million, Amazon’s forage into the food delivery sector, plus the recent IPO of Zomato, India’s online food delivery market is surely heating up and garnering a lot of worldwide attention and heavy investments. At Measurable AI, we analyse millions of email transactions to produce actionable consumer insights for corporations and financial institutions who wish to stay ahead of their peers in today’s competitive market.
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 one of the most densely populated markets – Hong Kong.
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 has doubled its revenue size in 2020.