Tik Tok will try its luck in a new business model
The digital platform Tik Tok then seeks to expand its business and will now bet on the delivery market. As reported on Monday by the web portal The RealDeal.
Tik Tok announced that with this alliance they are willing to open around 300 deliveries, throughout the United States. As they also reported through their Bloomerg platform.
That is why the social network decided to join forces with the company Virtual Dining Concept, to achieve this goal in the first months of 2022.
Tik Tok delivery menu every three months
The dishes that will be presented in this new Tik Tok business are baked feta pasta and pasta chips, as well as those created by YouTube star Jimmy Donaldson of MrBeast Burger.
Robert Earl, co-founder of Virtual Dinning Concepts, indicated that he will help with a space for Tik Tok to perform its functions, along with Buca di Beppo and Bertucci's.
FoodTok, delivered: @tiktok_us is partnering with Virtual Dining Concepts to launch 300 delivery-only kitchens, which will offer viral dishes from the app https://t.co/2GRNitCRgu
– The Real Deal (@trdny) December 20, 2021
In addition, the letter that the delivery will have will change every three months and will be guided according to the latest viral videos of the application.
Takeout business grew during the pandemic
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many restaurants both in Miami and in the rest of the United States had to figure out how to survive because they had to close their doors indefinitely.
Last October, the Wall Street Journal indicated that the former CEO of Uber, Travis Kalanick, invested a large amount of money in his company CloudKitchens, a startup that rents available space to delivery companies.
National demand is now estimated to be worth $1 trillion over the next decade, experts report.
Author: Daniel Parra 12:55 pm