Zomato calls for truce with restaurant owners, says willing to rectify mistakes
Updated : August 19, 2019 07:08 AM IST
As many as 1,200 restaurants in several major cities have reportedly delisted themselves from the dine-in programmes of online platforms over "unsustainable" deep discounting offered by the aggregators, saying the table reservation services were hurting their business models.
Zomato has lost 65 restaurants, which is 1 percent of the restaurant partner base of its 'Zomato Gold' programme.
Restaurants in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Goa, Pune, Gurgaon, and Vadodra exited platforms like Zomato, EazyDiner, Nearbuy, MagicPin and Gourmet Passport under a #Logout campaign.
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