Glovo has added 75 new support services jobs to its Nairobi market as the company targets to consolidate on its local foothold.
According to Glovo’s General Manager for Kenya William Benthall, the creation of the new roles aligns to the firm’s ambition of impacting the local economy.
“Our ambition at Glovo has been to help grow local economy and we have been doing this in a number of ways,” he said.
“We are for instance supporting local vibandas (local food kiosks) and not just the big players. For me, there is huge opportunity for us to continue contributing to Nairobi’s economic development.”
Glovo has further expanded its list of deliverable goods to customers.
The firm has enlisted in more than 1000 riders to make deliveries to its clientele within its geographical area of operation which include Mombasa and the towns of Nakuru and Kitengela.