talabat launches Annual Ramadan Rider initiatives


Leading local technology platform, talabat, has announced its annual rider initiatives in Qatar for the holy month of Ramadan. This is in line with the company’s efforts to enhance the well-being and experience of its riders on the app. The Ramadan initiatives aim to positively impact the local communities they serve, while focusing on appreciating and showing gratitude to riders.

During the holy month, talabat is offering flexible scheduling options to accommodate riders’ religious practices, complimentary Iftars on wheels, Eidiya awards to recognize top-performing riders, a dedicated rider suhoor event, and specially designed postcards gifted to riders from talabat employees. The company is also offering driver awareness workshops in collaboration with local authorities and exclusive Iftar vouchers for riders.

Francisco De Sousa, talabat Managing Director in Qatar, emphasized the importance of rider well-being as a core pillar to talabat’s success in Qatar, stating, “During the holy month of Ramadan, we want to highlight how grateful we are for all that riders do, and use this blessed occasion to voice this appreciation.”

Thousands of riders in Qatar benefit from the economic opportunities that talabat technology brings. The company collaborates closely with relevant public and non-governmental entities (NGOs), in addition to local logistics providers, to employ and manage rider fleets, enhance their well-being and experience, and address any concerns they may have. This includes providing riders with the resources and support they need both on and off the road.

Overall, talabat’s annual rider initiatives in Qatar are a testament to the company’s commitment to supporting and valuing the hard work of its riders, particularly during the holy month of Ramadan.

Meituan Plans Share Buyback Valued at Up to $1.0 Billion Author: Borys Gitelman
Deliveroo Sees Expansion Into Non-Food Driving Growth Author: Borys Gitelman
Meituan’s Profit Tripled on Rising Chinese Consumption Author: Borys Gitelman
Instacart Adds Peacock As First-Ever Streaming Partner Author: Borys Gitelman
Delivery Hero-owned Baemin to exit Vietnam in December Author: Borys Gitelman
Uber Shuts Down Instant Delivery In NYC Author: Borys Gitelman
Swiggy gears up for $1 billion IPO, SoftBank may sell stake Author: Borys Gitelman
The EU Wants to Fix Gig Work, but Uber Has Its Own Ideas Author: Borys Gitelman
Just Eat Growth Momentum Stalls In Ireland Author: Borys Gitelman
Amazon to sell Hyundai vehicles online starting in 2024 Author: Borys Gitelman
Britain’s Ocado secures first deal beyond grocery retail Author: Borys Gitelman