on YouTube article The company has announced that it has signed up to a licensing agreement with the Australian Government, which will allow it to offer up to 50% of its revenue to local businesses, such as food delivery and food court.
The deal, which comes into effect next month, allows local businesses to access the company’s technology to deliver food and other items on demand, while paying a fixed rate of AUD$30 per order.
It also extends the company in the state of Victoria to deliver items over 30km from their premises.
The deal is part of a broader effort by the company to increase its footprint in Australia.
As part of the deal, the company is to offer to provide food service to up to two million Australians by 2020.
The agreement with Australia will be rolled out over the next two years, with a further expansion planned for 2022.
Its expansion into the New South Wales state will also see the company launch new stores in Adelaide, Perth and Canberra.
ABC News’ Chris Coyle contributed to this report.