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Marvin.ie to take bite out of online food market with 1,000 eateries by end of year

Company’s performance has exceeded expectations

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
6th March, 2016
James Galvin, director, Marvin.ieFeargal Ward

Marvin.ie, the takeaway food ordering website which launched here last year, will have 1,000 Irish restaurants on its books by the end of 2016.

Director James Galvin said the company’s performance since it began operating in the Irish market last May had exceeded expectations.

“In terms of our business plan, we’re about two months ahead of where we thought we would be at this stage,” he said. “What’s surprised us a little is just...

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