Hussain M. Elius, CEO, Shifat Adnan, CTO, Pathao, Farzana Sharmeen, Head of Pathao Food and Sayeda and others at the launching ceremony of 'Pathao Food' app, held in the city recently
Dhaka : 'Pathao,' the leading app-based bike commuting service of the country, has launched a new service on January 16 called 'Pathao Food' for the food lovers of the country.
The launching ceremony took place at the Pathao Head-quarter of the capital.
Dhaka city brims with culinary wonders crafted everyday around every nook and cranny of the capital. Pathao Food is here with the largest collection of restaurants in each location, for their users to enjoy and live their foodie life to the fullest, from within the comfort of their homes or offices.
Food lovers can now use the Pathao App to order their favourite food from any restaurant within their zone and without the hassle of going outside and waiting in line. Users will just have to select their preferred local restaurants and hotels and then choose their favourite food items from the detailed menu on the App.
They can search, locate and place orders from restaurants near them with a tap from the App and the nearest Pathao Food Courier will take the orders for the app users and deliver the food to their doors.
Present in the launching event to celebrate their journey with this new app were Hussain M. Elius, CEO, Pathao; Shifat Adnan, CTO, Pathao, Ahmed Fahad, VP Product, Kishwar Hashmee, VP Rides, Sifat Hasan, Director HR and Culture, Farzana Sharmeen, Head of Pathao Food and Sayeda Nabila Mahabub, Marketing Manager along with other top officials from Pathao.
Hussain M. Elius, CEO, Pathao, said, "From beating the traffic, to beating your hunger we are always trying to make the life of our app users as comfortable as possible. Through this new platform, we are not only meeting the culinary cravings of our food loving users, but at the same time we are also creating new ways for our riders to earn more on our platform. Pathao Food is a local solution, for local people and local businesses, made in Bangladesh."