Food delivery app 'Honestbee' temporarily closes operations
MANILA, Philippines — Food delivery service Honestbee announced on Monday that it would temporarily stop its operations in the Philippines.
“We’re really sorry we can’t bee here for you right now. But don’t worry, we’re busy buzzin’ behind the scenes, so we can get back to serving you in no time! #BeeRightBack #BeeMissYou,” read the statement on its official Facebook page.
We';re really sorry we can';t bee here for you right now. But don';t worry, we';re busy buzzin'; behind the scenes, so we can get back to serving you in no time! #BeeRightBack #BeeMissYou
Posted by honestbee on Sunday, April 21, 2019
On April 20, the app also announced its system downtime due to an unknown reason.
Our systems are currently unavailable. We’ll be buzzing again soon.
Posted by honestbee on Friday, April 19, 2019
Yugatech said the app closed its operations due to funding issues with its headquarters.
Honestbee originated in Singapore and was launched in the Philippines in 2017.
The concierge app helps consumers from food delivery to grocery shopping. It is available in Metro Manila areas including Novaliches, Malabon, Valenzuela and Marikina. /jpv