StanChart partners with delivery app Glovo

Written By: Margaret Kalekye

Standard Chartered Bank Kenya has partnered with on-demand delivery app, Glovo Kenya.

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The alliance will see existing Standard Chartered clients who spend Ksh 2000 or more on the Glovo app get two free deliveries for the month of April.

The deliveries will not only cover food items but will also include groceries and over the counter pharmacy products.

The move comes in the wake of COVID-19 that has seen the government push for social distancing to curb the spread of the virus.

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By providing online payment and delivery services, the partnership is anticipated to help support the government’s directive by reducing physical handling of cash and minimizing foot traffic in crowded areas such as malls and dining areas.

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“In these uncertain times, we remain dedicated to the wellbeing of all our stakeholders. We have taken steps to ensure preparedness and are well equipped to minimize any impact on our staff or service to our customers. In addition to providing a germ-free environment in our physical branches and offices, our digital platforms support non-face to face services and will ensure that our customers can stay on top of their banking and have access to a variety of products and services. “, said Edith Chumba, Head of Retail Banking for Kenya & East Africa.

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Glovo general manager William Benthall hailed the deal. “The Minister of Health encouraged home delivery as a way for people to stay home and stay safe. Our partnership with Standard Chartered will allow more people to access this essential service and help us support the government minimize foot traffic and ensure social distancing”.

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The service caters for Nairobi, Nakuru and Mombasa residents.





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