DoorDash is increasing after reporting 35% sales growth

DoorDash is increasing after reporting 35 sales growth

May 10, 2022: -DoorDash stock increased around 10% in extended trading after the company reported 35% revenue growth in the first quarter, which suggests that the company’s core business of delivering takeout food can still increase even after pandemic-driven highs.

However, the stock was whacked during regular session trading on Thursday, dropping over 10% during a bad day for markets in general.

DoorDash said the total number of orders delivered during the quarter rose 23% to 404 million. It added the recent customers to its service in the first quarter of 2021, during a influential wave of Covid infections in the United States.

However, DoorDash reported a particularly slower revenue growth rate than it did in the same quarter in 2021, when net sales about tripled.

DoorDash said that its EBITDA, which excludes certain costs such as legal fights over worker classification and taxes, advanced to $54 million from $43 million in the 2021 March quarter.

DoorDash anticipates EBITDA between $0 and $100 million in the current quarter.

In a letter to investors, the company said that DoorDash is taking market share in the food delivery market in the United States and that it plans to spend the cash created from food deliveries to move into other categories, including groceries, alcohol, and retail delivery.

The company even said it paid fewer incentives and promotions to attract delivery workers than in the foremost quarter of 2021.

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