On this week’s APP SHOW video podcast, we’re talking about food delivery apps again. We love that they send us food, but we hate that they might hurt our restaurants. One Vancouver restaurateur has taken on food delivery services with an app he built himself, with a fee structure that is fair to both delivery drivers and restaurants. Plus, did iPhones cause students to fail their online exams? Get ready for the May 31, 2020, edition of the APP SHOW video podcast.
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We’ve been discussing at length the fees that food delivery services are charging restaurants. The estimated 30% taken off the top is more than the profit the business is making from each order. The math just doesn’t work. A local restaurateur, Brandon Grossutti, owner of PiDGiN restaurant in Vancouver, Canada, has decided to launch his own app. FromTo is his contribution to a more equitable solution that allows both delivery drivers and restaurants to succeed in these difficult times.
We’re also talking about how students are failing exams because of their iPhones. Is it the fault of the school, the fault of Apple, or maybe students need to take some responsibility? This and other great topics fuel our discussion on the May 31st, 2020, edition of The APP Show Video Podcast.
Our hosts this week are Mike Agerbo, John Biehler and Graham Williams. Joining us is Brandon Grossutti, owner of PiDGiN restaurant and the man behind the FromTo delivery app.
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