Gopuff reports 10x order volume since launch

Grocery delivery service Gopuff has experienced a 10x order volume in the last six months since launching, as the company aims to meet customers, brands and partners where they are.

The delivery service also announced a 12% compound monthly growth rate, as it revealed its newest partnership with Collective Benefits to give delivery partners and store team members access to fuel discount cards and high street deals.

Some of these retailers include Apple, Currys, Halfords and Nike.

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The initiative has already seen delivery partners and store team members take advantage of over 5,000 discounts.

Collective Benefits has already approved over 200 fuel cards for delivery partners and store team members, and with an average annual savings of £200 per card on fuel.

This could lead to around £40,000 in total annual savings, Gopuff revealed.

“We’re committed to deepening our reach in each of the communities we serve and to best supporting our delivery partners and store team members,” Bryan Batista, senior vice president of international at Gopuff told Grocery Gazette.

“As part of this, we recognise that many people are experiencing the effects of rising costs and that’s why our partnership with Collective Benefits is so important.

“The programme has been an overnight success as it gives tangible benefits, cost-savings and positive experiences to people at a time when they really need them.”

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