Recently, Hanoi has continuously welcomed more technology companies providing goods and food delivery services.

The field of online food and goods delivery in Vietnam is gradually becoming a `lucrative` pie.

As for the online food ordering market, according to a report by Euromonitor, this field in Vietnam is worth about 33 million USD this year and is expected to reach more than 38 million USD by 2020. Therefore, there is an increasing number of

Mr. Nguyen Duc Loi – CEO of Lalamove Vietnam aims to have 10,000 regular delivery driver partners, with an average income of 7 million VND per month by early next year.

Meanwhile, Jerry Lim – CEO of Grab Vietnam said that GrabFood grew impressively after a month of testing in Hanoi when the number of partners doing this service with Grab increased 8 times.

Grab’s food delivery service has officially been launched in Hanoi since October.

“GrabFood is Grab’s next important development step to become a super application that meets all essential needs in people’s daily lives.

Sharing the same goal of developing into a super application like Grab, Go Viet currently only provides Go Send delivery service.

Despite rushing into the online delivery field with great ambitions, the three rookies mentioned above will still face many difficulties when appearing later than well-known brands such as Delivery Now (ie Foody).

As for stores, some units also do not attach importance to selling and delivering goods through third-party applications.

In the context of the online delivery race heating up, customers will increasingly benefit and have more choices as companies compete by launching promotions, improving service quality… to win the market.

Besides, some opinions also predict that this boom will soon spark a war between technology delivery companies and traditional businesses in this field such as Uber, Grab and traditional taxis in the past.

Mr. Tu