Crave, an Emirati online food and table booking application, has launched its mobile app in the UAE. The app provides a comprehensive way for people to satisfy their food cravings.
Launched from Al Maryah Island, Crave is part of Abu Dhabi Global Market’s (ADGM) Tech Start-up programme, which provides promising businesses with a comprehensive ecosystem to support their growth.
Users of the app can either order food through the app, book a table at restaurants throughout the UAE, order food for pick-up or find directions to a specific restaurant.
Commenting on the app, Abdulla Rashed Alhajeri, founder and CEO of Crave, says, “Crave takes the mobile food delivery concept to another level and enhances the current offerings available in the market. The app enables users to be presented with food items based on their vicinity and dietary requirements, be it vegan or lactose free, and then they will be presented with different meal options – which they can swipe right or left on to order it. It’s seamless, easy, and interactive and I’m confident that users will find its many features beneficial.”
“ADGM is proud to provide opportunities to promote national entrepreneurs and start-ups, such as Crave. As an International Financial Centre, ADGM fosters a thriving and supportive environment to enable the start-up community and bring about sustainable economic growth for our country. We are committed to supporting the national entrepreneurial development through our initiatives such as the Tech Start up Licence and the Professional Services Programme. We wish Crave the very best and look forward to being part of their journey to success,” adds Dhaher bin Dhaher Al Mheiri, CEO, Registration Authority, ADGM.
“We are grateful to ADGM for their support in helping bring our concept to life and for providing us with the ecosystem and infrastructure to ensure we have everything we need to succeed. The offerings at ADGM are second-to-none, and enables start-ups to focus on their business while also receiving a significant amount of support,” Alhajeri concludes.