Delivery service Glovo expands to Nakuru and Kitengela

Motorbike Rider Eliud Castine, Glovo Head of Marketing for Sub-Saharan Africa Priscilla Muhiu and Lillian Wangechi go through the features of the Glovo mobile application
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On demand Delivery platform Glovo has launched operations in Kitengela and Nakuru towns as part of its expansion strategy to provide delivery services in various parts of the country.

At the moment, Glovo already has the widest coverage in Nairobi among on-demand eCommerce companies and this move will see the company extend its delivery of food, supermarkets, drinks, gifts, as well as courier services to residents in Kitengela and Nakuru. The firm intends to capitalize on their existing partnerships with outlets such as Artcaffe, Chicken Inn, Naivas in Kitengela and Java House and Naivas in Nakuru.

According to Glovo, the move will see the company provide convenience to customers, increased orders for partners and incomes and technology training for the youth in Kitengela and Nakuru through bodaboda delivery.

Glovo was founded in 2015 in Barcelona and has since then expanded operations to 3 continents i.e. Europe, Africa, and South America. The service is present in over 20 countries and more than 100 cities. In Africa it is available in Kenya, Morocco, Egypt, and Ivory Coast.

Glovo is now operating in the following areas;
  • Karen
  • Mombasa Rd up to GM
  • Thika Rd up to Roysambu & Kasarani
  • Kiambu Rd up to Thindigua
  • Limuru Rd up to Ruaka
  • Waiyaki Way up to Mountain View
  • Ngong Rd up to Karen
  • Langáta Rd up to Galleria
  • Eastlands – Nyayo Estate, Tassia, Fedha, KQ Pride Center
  • Kitengela
  • Nakuru

How to order through Glovo

1. Download the app for Android or iOS.
2. Insert Delivery Location: Input the address to which you’d like your items to be delivered to.
3. Find the perfect store and make your selection, or use the Anything tab for something not available on the app.
4. Sit back and track the progress of your delivery

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