Social transport giant Uber is reportedly planning to launch its new food delivery service in Ireland.
The Irish Independent reports that Uber has posted a job ad for its latest service, UberEATS, in Dublin, as the company continues its push into the food delivery market.
Last month, Uber began laying the groundwork for a nationwide rollout of its UberEats service in the UK, according to several job adverts placed online.
A move into the Dublin market would see Uber take on companies already operating in the food-delivery market across the country, including Deliveroo and Just Eat.
Uber's plans for UberEATS include a roll-out in 16 cities in 12 European countries ranging from Moscow to Madrid to Manchester, 11 new cities in nine Asian countries - including Hong Kong, Jakarta and Tokyo - plus two of South Africa's big cities, Dubai and Mexico City. UberEats has already launched in 36 cities in six countries, 27 of which are in the United States.