Fuel your business with great food
Treat employees and clients to corporate meals with food delivery that’s customizable to your business.
Business meals are great for many occasions
Offering food is an effective way to reward employees and engage customers.
Meals in the office
Treat employees to in-office lunches, order special meals, and organize happy hours. Or let employees add items to a shared group order from their own device.
Meals after hours
Keep your late-night employees fueled with their favorite meals. Set time, day, budget, and item restrictions with a meal program or provide vouchers to employees.
Meals at home
Offer stipends for remote employees, or encourage virtual event attendance with meal vouchers. You can set rules based on location, time, and much more.
Meals while traveling
Whether for traveling sales teams or employees at client sites, you can set up meal programs to make sure they’re well fed no matter where they are.
Meals for events and conferences
Provide vouchers and gift cards to encourage in-person or virtual attendance among clients, customers, and partners.
Meals as an incentive
Cover the cost of lunch by sending vouchers to your top sales prospects. Food always helps to get the conversation started.
Meals as a reward
Show your appreciation for their business with a voucher or an Uber Eats gift card they can use to get tasty treats delivered right to them.
One platform gives you the control to provide meals in multiple ways
Whether you want to give employees a monthly meal stipend or cover the cost of a single meal, our flexible suite of solutions has you covered.
A seamless ordering experience from start to finish
Global restaurant selection
Choose from your city's share of the 825,000+ merchant partners available worldwide on Uber Eats.
Diverse meal options
Pick from a variety of cuisines and dietary preferences, including vegan and gluten-free.
Convenient search filters
Filter by cuisine, delivery time, rating, price, and more to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Organize team meals more efficiently by letting individual employees add their own items to shared group orders.
Schedule an order ahead of time for an important event or meeting, even from restaurants that are closed when the order is placed.
Select auto-checkout and we’ll place the order for you at the deadline selected. Available only in a group order.
Create or participate in multiple orders at once, and easily view all carts from the Uber Eats app or site from one place.
Seamlessly split the entire bill, including taxes, fees, and tips, when placing a group order.
Integrate with expense tools like Concur, Expensify, Certify, and Chrome River to make bookkeeping easier and more seamless.
Use automatic e-receipt forwarding so employees don’t have to connect their SAP Concur account with their personal Uber account.
Get access to premium support agents 24/7, either by phone or live chat. The US number is 800-253-9377.
Why Uber for Business? The proof is in the platform
Uber for Business is available in 6,000+ cities across 32 countries, making it easy to scale employee meal solutions to current international offices, or as you grow.
One platform for meals and rides
Easily manage employee rides and eats on one intuitive platform and avoid dealing with multiple billing systems, vendor invoices, and more.
Focused on sustainability
Whether it’s multimodal delivery to cut down on emissions, utensil opt-in to reduce plastic waste, or group orders to improve efficiency, we operate with sustainability in mind.
More ways to save
Set spending limits on meal programs or offer vouchers (you pay only for the amount used). Plus, order by group size to avoid bulk orders. Additionally, sign up for Uber One for added discounts.
We have had no feedback from our teams and from the moment there is no problem, there is no return. It's a good sign!
Rayan Djediden, Office Manager of EF Education in Paris
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Frequently asked questions
- How do I sign up my company, and what is the cost?
The Uber for Business platform is free to enroll in. Your organization will be charged for costs associated with placing meal orders on Uber Eats, as per usual.
You can get started today by signing up to access the Uber for Business dashboard. Signing up will require verifying your work email and adding a payment method to complete account setup (don’t worry—you won’t be charged).
If your business has more than 500 employees, you can also contact our sales team to help get you set up for more custom needs.
- How can I customize the meal programs I set up for my employees?
A meal program can be customized to meet your business needs by setting up usage rules for time, day, item restrictions, spending limits, location, and more. Learn more here.
- How can I learn more about placing a group order?
To start a group order, select a restaurant and tap the Group Order button. Customize your settings, add participants, and place orders. To learn more, visit this page.
- How can I contact customer support?
If you’re an Uber for Business customer, you and all your employees get access to highly rated premium support agents, available 24/7. You can contact Support through live chat or in-app support. In the US, phone support is available by calling 800-253-9377.
- What steps is Uber taking toward sustainability?
Uber has many initiatives to improve sustainability metrics, including:
Multimodal delivery: Couriers have the option to make deliveries by walking or using bikes, scooters, or electric vehicles. Through a variety of partnerships, Uber is making it easier for couriers to access greener vehicles.
Group orders: Uber Eats users can place group orders with friends or colleagues to share a courier on an order from the same restaurant. Batching orders improves efficiency and reduces duplicative travel and emissions.
Utensil opt-in: To reduce plastic waste, Uber Eats users must request utensils and straws, as these are no longer automatically included in meal orders.
Neighborhood pickup: Uber Eats displays a pickup map with a wide selection of neighborhood restaurants where customers could choose to walk and pick up their orders in person.
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