- March 26, 2020 / 3 min readIn the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic throughout the world, Zomato said that it will extend the paid Gold memberships by two months at zero additional cost.
In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic throughout the world, Zomato said that it will extend the paid Gold memberships by two months at zero additional cost.
This was confirmed in a series of tweet by the CEO and founder of Zomato, which said, "All paid Zomato Gold memberships across India, UAE, Australia, Indonesia, Philippines, Lebanon, Turkey, New Zealand, Portugal and Qatar will get a two month membership extension at zero cost. In later tweets he also added that the company is actively working with the authorities to clear the confusion so that essential services can operate without trouble.
What Zomato is offering to its Gold restaurant partners -
Zomato is looking to provide its Gold restaurant partners with working capital loans. Since dining out in many countries is badly hit, Gold partners (dining out), will be facilitated with working capital loans to get through this tough time. For any help, firstname.lastname@example.org has been made open as per T&C that Zomato is still figuring out.
Right now, Zomato can only help facilitate loans to Gold partner restaurants since the transactions flow through the company, and it is easier and cheaper for its fintech partners to underwrite it. "Trying to figure out how to help the rest of the restaurant community."
Further, Zomato is also going to facilitate loans for our food delivery restaurant partners. Thousands of restaurants have been severely hit because of their immobilised workforce due to the nation-wide lockdown.
Zomato also said, hundreds of its employees have voluntary taken salary cuts. It is also donating for the delivery partner fund and Feed the Daily Wager campaign to support the community during these times," tweeted Goyal.
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