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Scaling up ‘rock-star fast’: A conversation with Foodpanda’s Jakob Angele

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In this episode of The Venture, Andrew Roth shares a conversation with Jakob Angele, CEO of Foodpanda APAC, part of Delivery Hero’s global network of food-delivery services. Angele talks about building a business based on delivering a restaurant meal to someone’s home, which at the time was something new to consumers and restaurants alike. Angele describes Foodpanda’s emphasis on speed, scale, and brand to build market share even as competitors entered the market.
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