Suppertime rebrands as Foodora, prepares for Brisbane launch
Restaurant delivery platform Suppertime is no more, rebranding as Foodora this week to align itself with its international parent company.
Foodora, Suppertime’s Berlin-based parent company, trades in 10 countries under the same name which means ‘food now.’
“Foodora is excited to be joining the food-obsessed Australian market,” said Foodora CEO, Toon Gyssels.
“While the brand becomes global, the company will still retain its Australian DNA. Australians have a very special relationship to food, which empowers us to do delivery with a local touch. While Suppertime becomes part of the Foodora global brand, it will very much stay true to its Australian roots.”
Under the rebrand, Foodora has maintained Suppertime’s established restaurant partnerships and delivery teams in Sydney and Melbourne. It will launch into the Brisbane market in late March.
Suppertime has worked with restaurants including Chur Burger, Mamak, Gelato Messina, Hanoi Hannah and Golden Century since launching over ten years ago. It has a network of 700 ‘handpicked’ partners in Sydney and Melbourne.
Currently in negotiations with top restauranteurs to expand the existing restaurant network, Foodora has also broadened delivery times, offering lunch and dinner throughout the week and 10am-10pm service over the weekend.