Consumers around the world will be able to see Alcohol delivery options around them and which merchants directly offers them alcohol delivery and curbside pick up.
GetDrinksDelivered.com is a new global platform for consumers to discover who is delivering alcohol to them and who is open for curbside pickup launched by Beverage Trade Network, USA based B2B drinks media company.
Consumers around the world will be able to see Alcohol delivery options around them and which merchants directly offer them alcohol delivery and curbside pick up.
Beverage Trade Network already hosts a number of major international trade shows like the International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show in San Francisco, London, Shanghai, USA Trade Tasting in New York, Cannabis Drinks Expo in Chicago and San Francisco, Cannabis Food Show in San Francisco and Chicago, Future Wine Expo in California and competitions like London Spirits Competition in London, Paris Wine Cup in Paris, Sommeliers Choice Awards in the USA.
Along with that Beverage Trade Network’s own platform is one of the leading b2b networking platforms. The company also owns media assets like BevRoute which is an online magazine for wine and spirits distributors, SommelierBusiness.com, which is a portal dedicated to the business of sommeliers, BartenderBusiness.com.
Get Drinks Delivered is very much on track to have 10,000 drinks merchants around the globe by September 2020 making it a preferred platform for drinks consumers as not only they can see bottle shops and restaurants nearby, but they can also see which wineries, distilleries, and breweries around them are open and do deliveries.
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Consumers will be able to see safety information, delivery information, discounts from merchants, and product recommendations as well.
Get Drinks Delivered does not manage deliveries themselves, but gives its merchants an option to list all their delivery outlets giving them a chance to expand their target user demographic. Merchants can insert links of their retailers like Total Wine or platforms like Drizzly or even their own wine club links and mark the delivery zones of each retailer. Not only the wineries, breweries, and distilleries can help drive depletions via this method at all levels of distribution, but more importantly, drive sales via effective marketing. Wineries can focus on creating awareness where they know they can deliver.
The platform launched in April and in less than 60 days already has added 1000 drinks merchants to its website.
Sid Patel, Founder, and CEO of Beverage Trade Network which owns Get Drinks Delivered made a brief statement on the launch saying,
"Wineries, breweries, and distilleries now understand the importance of omnichannel approach’ and we want to give them this new channel to expand globally. The idea behind the launch is to make GDD into true global drinks omnichannel platform for merchants with the focus of new consumer buying patterns and shifts."
There are many alcohol delivery platforms already out like Minibar, Drizly, Thirstie, Instacart, Grubhub, and many more in the UK, Australia, and other countries. GetDrinksDelivered is not retail to consumer platform and does not compete with any of these platforms, in fact, our merchants can list all their channels that can do direct-to-consumer delivery.
Merchants (wineries, bottle shops, distilleries, breweries, and restaurants) can now sign up on the GetDrinksDelivered.com platform and create their profiles before May 31, 2020, to get free first-year service.
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