Thursday September 24, 2020

Just-eat.ie aims to be ‘Google of restaurant takeaways’

A new online venture allows consumers to order takeaway meals from all kinds of restaurants. It plans to spend €3 million promoting the service, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

11th April, 2009

Just-eat.ie, a new online food takeaway service, will be launched later this month. The website offers food deliveries from all types of restaurants, and allows customers to pay by cash or online.

The company has seven employees in Ireland, and will spend up to €3million promoting the service here over the next few years.

‘‘The current trend is that people are eating in,” said David Buttress, Just-eat’s Ireland and British managing director....

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