The region’s leading platform for everyday deliveries, talabat, has joined hands with Enavra, the first premium and high-quality bioplastic manufacturers in Qatar, a statement said Monday.
The collaboration supports talabat’s long-term commitment to supporting homegrown businesses and local entrepreneurs, in line with the Qatar National Vision 2030.
Enavra was established in 2019 by Qatari entrepreneurs Abdullah Shaat and Saoud al-Emadi, who had the vision of building and promoting large-scale manufacturing and distribution of indigenous, sustainable and biodegradable line of cutlery products in Qatar.
Several restaurants availing the services of talabat app have already started benefiting from Enavra cutleries and by the end of 2023, many more restaurants are set to join hands with Enavra.
In a press statement, talabat managing director Francisco Miguel Condeco Caetano De Sousa said: “As a prominent incubator in the community, talabat is delighted to extend its steadfast commitment to the local entrepreneurial spirit, going beyond our regular operations. We are dedicated to nurturing and empowering local visionaries and facilitating the growth and establishment of Qatari businesses in this fast-evolving industry. This partnership with Enavra is merely the start of a long-lasting collaboration, and we are wholeheartedly enthusiastic about providing unwavering support every step of the way”.
Shaat, Enavra co-founder, expressed his delight on the occasion, saying: “It has always been a dream of ours to make a difference by contributing to the community in Qatar through creating a niche line of products which complement Qatar’s long-term sustainability goals.
"We are excited to join hands with talabat, which has given us the perfect space, resources and connections to grow our business further. Together we can make a positive and work towards serving the Qatari community and changing the way in which the Qatari population uses bioplastics”.
Enavra's cutlery products are crafted from bioplastics, engineered for an eco-friendly decomposition, leaving no ecological footprint. talabat also collaborates closely with a diverse array of local brands, including Mazratty, Baladna, Ghadeer, Q bake, Dandy, and many more, the statement added.