With thousands of Filipinos suddenly unemployed by the unprecedented coronavirus crisis, some visionaries have thought of ingenious ways to uplift the everyday workers who were most impacted by the pandemic. Among them is Zogbu.
Zogbu is an “on-demand food delivery solutions provider for micro, small, and medium food entrepreneurs/ dark kitchen owners in the COVID-19 era.”
As a digital community and marketplace, Zogbu focuses on assisting economic recovery at the grassroots level and creating “social impact in line with the SDG2030”. Many of the drivers operating the company’s tricycles are informal wage earners whose jobs were heavily affected by the crisis, while foodpreneurs who have signed up with them are formal economy workers who were displaced from their 9-5 job.
Zogbu partners with foodpreneurs and drivers to offer food delivery services to consumers. Apart from creating online visibility for foodpreneurs through the platform, Zogbu offers s a sound solution to food security issues by cultivating a digital environment that not only supports micro-food entrepreneurship but also produces additional income-generating delivery jobs fortricycle drivers, habal-habal, electric vehicle, and scooter and bicycle drivers.
- Business name: Zogbu PH
- Address: 206 Munding Avenue, San Roque, Marikina City 1801
- Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Zogbu/
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Business owner: Oliver Tamis