Waive sets to launch its on-demand delivery app in February 2022. This event is pipelined to unveil the technological prowess of its super delivery app. Before the event, the company has partnered with restaurants in Lagos and Abuja to provide 50 Free Meals to the public in the Waive’s Pre-Launch Giveaway.
Called Waive Delivery, the app is believed to be the future of anything delivery for businesses in Nigeria, Africa, and the world at large. It’s reported to provide individuals, companies in the hospitality space and beyond, with the best delivery management platform for individual and business needs.
The company, Waive, is an on-demand delivery technology company that connects users with local businesses. It’s built custom-made applications for businesses striving to improve their service delivery. It has a robust marketplace application that allows anyone to order meals and other items from their favourite local merchants and drivers deliver them directly to their doors.
Analyzing the market friction, Waive’s Marketing Lead, Seyi King said, “One of the biggest feedback gotten from users of on-demand services in Nigeria is the clamour for fast-delivery services. Users don’t want to wait for hours to get their orders.
This informed the product development in Waive. With Waive you are guaranteed not only same-day delivery but fast delivery of your order. This is possible through an advanced geofencing solution that routes your order to the closest Waive rider around you. The goal here is to ensure the fastest possible delivery.”
“Waive is bringing game-changing technology to the on-demand market in Nigeria. Waive is fulfilling Nigeria’s demand for an all-encompassing delivery platform for food, groceries, and deliveries of any sort.
We want to become the Instacart for Africa. Nigeria is a unique market and its consumers appreciate technology solutions that elevate their life and give them freedom.” – CEO of Waive, Joseph Omale.
The Marketing Lead, Seyi King, furthered that, “The pandemic has come with all its woes, however, one area that has witnessed a massive increase as a result of the pandemic is the clamour for on-demand services.
Over the last year, several new players have entered the on-demand market in Nigeria. Nigeria with a smartphone population of over 50 million is home to the second biggest on-demand market in Africa. The launch of Waive in Nigeria will no doubt place Nigeria as the hub for on-demand delivery services in Africa.”
As a customer-centric platform, Waive is giving out 50 free meals to users in Lagos and Abuja. To win in this pre-launch event, follow the steps below
- Download Waive on Playstore or AppStore
- Share your referral code with 5 people and get them to install Waive
- Make a Post about Waive with the hashtag #AbegUseWaiveForShopping on Social Media, and you’d stand a better chance of winning.
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