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Fernandes called it the “lowest commission rate in town,” a point repeatedly echoed in the company’s comments to the press and promotional materials. As a point of comparison, GrabFood Singapore charges a commission rate of 30%.
“Just as how we democratised air travel, airasia food will democratise the food delivery industry by providing value, simplicity and inclusivity for everyone,” said Fernandes. We’ll see if that obvious bit of market positioning actually takes off.
Back here in Malaysia, airasia food is looking to expand to Johor and Penang next month. They also plan to expand to Ipoh, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Miri, and Kota Bharu soon.
Source – AirAsia