- November 15, 2019 / 5 min readThe campaign targets youth between the ages of 18 and 25 and addresses their need to seek new experiences while ordering food.
Uber Eats, the world’s largest food delivery platform, has launched a new marketing campaign #EatsNewEveryday featuring Alia Bhatt and Dulquer Salmaan. The campaign targets youth between the ages of 18 and 25 and addresses their need to seek new experiences while ordering food.
Uber Eats has rapidly increased its footprint in the last couple of years in India by partnering with thousands of restaurants, from local heroes to global best, providing a wide range of choice of cuisines, from Burgers to Biryanis, from Pastas to Parathas, Dimsums to Dosa. Uber Eats is gaining popularity among consumers across 44 cities in India to order food of their choice at the click a button.
The campaign film features Alia Bhatt in her endearing bubbly avatar. Dulquer Salmaan will feature in the film versions made for South India, especially Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
Bansi Kotecha, Head of Operations, India & SA, Uber Eats, said, “It gives me immense pleasure to launch our new marketing campaign #EatsNewEveryday featuring Alia Bhatt and Dulquer Salmaan. The campaign aims to create awareness and generate brand love amongst consumers, especially youth who’re looking for convenience and want to maximise their experiences on the platform. We know our consumers love the variety and are very excited to try new cuisines and restaurants. With Uber Eats, we hope to make this easy for them so they can access great food choices every day.”
UberEats recognizes the appetite for food delivery in India and over the last two years, has emerged as the fastest-growing food delivery app. UberEats will continue to focus on technology innovations and empowering people to broaden the horizons of convenience and experience in the food delivery space.
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