The rapid growth of Accra-based food delivery App service company has prompted for the inevitable expansion to other regions, starting from Kumasi, Ghana’s second-largest city.
This unannounced expansion will surely attest to the work the company has been doing for the past year it has been around. This will also give the company an edge into a region which has been passed over by other food delivery services and competitors of Homechow.
Clearly Homechow’s push into the Ashanti region will be great for a growing middle class, and a business class market like Kumasi. Restaurants in Kumasi will now be able to provide food and logistical delivery services to a new and current customer base using the Homechow’s platform.
This also gives customers already using the Homechow platform that transit between Accra and Kumasi increased menu options from new restaurants they are yet to give a try.
This is a huge win for restaurants and food businesses in Kumasi since Homechow doesn’t charge fees to the restaurants, vendors, and partners to use the platform as it is free. The company’s goal is to on abord all the major restaurants and food businesses into the app making it easily accessible to a wide range of customers.
This also gives restaurants and food businesses an opportunity to increase sales and ROI in a very competitive market.
The Homechow App connects diners with a variety of restaurants available near them. They can order food and get it delivered at their doorsteps. Users can browse the various restaurants available on the Homechow App. They can then place an order and wait for their orders to the delivered to their doorsteps. The app allows mobile money payment online or in cash.
To place an order from your favourite restaurants and have it delivered to your doorsteps, check out the Homechow App on both the App Store & Google Playstore: Homechow App