BENGALURU: Zomato Ltd reported a bigger loss for the quarter ended June in the first results update since its listing last month, hurt by higher expenses and as the food delivery company’s dining-out business took a hit due to the pandemic. A second wave of Covid-19 infections in the country significantly impacted its dining-out business and reversed most of the gains the industry made in the previous quarter, the company said. Consolidated net loss was Rs 356 crore ($47.79 million) for the first quarter, compared with a loss of Rs 99.8 crore a year earlier, Zomato, which is also a restaurant aggregator said in a regulatory filing. Non-cash employee stock ownership plan expenses increased in the first quarter and also affected results, the company added. Zomato’s total expenses more than tripled to Rs 1,260 crore. Based in Gurugram, a satellite city of capital New Delhi, the company generates most of its revenue from food delivery and related fees it charges restaurants. It also allows users to book tables online, leave reviews and avail special discounts while eating at select restaurants. Together with SoftBank-backed startup Swiggy, Zomato has come to dominate an the delivery market that benefited from the pandemic as… Read full this story
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