Gourmet Passport, a premium restaurants membership programme available on foodtech platform Dineout, sees a sharp growth in the coming years and expects competition will only help spreading sector to grow.
"We hope to close 2018-19 with a Rs 15-18 crore revenue from membership sales. We are expecting a sharp growth in the years to come. We have already decided to foray into three more cities from 8 cities now," Gourmet Passport chairman and mentor Rocky Mohan said Tuesday.
He said there is no commission from the restaurants for channelising business.
Speaking about competition like Zomato Gold offering similar membership programme, Dineout founder and CEO Ankit Mehrotra said, "Competition will help growing awareness among diners and helping the sector to grow."
Gourmet Passport is targeting premium restaurants and hotels for tieups.
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