With social distancing and quarantine restrictions still in place amid the COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus pandemic, many restaurants are relying solely on takeout and delivery orders in order to stay afloat during the public health crisis.
Recently, apps like GrubHub and UberEats came under heavy scrutiny when restaurant owners came out about the high surcharges the app charges for their deliveries. Many of these small locally owned restaurants rely on these third-party apps to expand their customer area. One company is empowering black-owned restaurants with a new delivery service that help restaurants earn more profits from their orders.
Mo Sloan is the founder of EZ-Chow, an integrated online ordering application that lets customers place orders directly with restaurants to help streamline deliveries without the use of third-party delivery apps. The online ordering solution would help restaurants increase their takeout and delivery revenue. Sloan founded his company after he grew tired of small business owners being taken advantage of and becoming frustrated with working in corporate America.