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Just Eat backs Flypay with a £3.5m investment

by on October 10, 2016

Time Out-associate company, Flypay, the market leader in innovative, state-of-the-art technology for the hospitality industry, announced today it has secured a £3.5m investment from Just Eat, the leading marketplace for online food delivery.

Time Out, the global multi-platform media and e-commerce business with food & cultural markets, will hold a stake of 38% in Flypay after the investment from Just Eat.

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A cracking Christmas : Branding with a big bang by Simply Crackers

A cracking Christmas : Branding with a big bang by Simply Crackers

by on July 21, 2016

Crackers are a fun, interactive and rewarding way to showcase a brand and reward customers or staff, especially over the festive season.

Simply Crackers provide bespoke branded Christmas crackers and work with businesses across the UK and Europe. Perfect for promotions, events and parties, crackers can be made to a company’s own design and branding requirements and include any gift of their choice.

Christmas cracker gifts can include high quality chocolates, jewellery and pens. Crackers can also be designed to include the company’s own products such as money off coupons, vouchers, trial size products or branded gifts such as keyrings, USB and magnets.

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Name of Thrones, PETA, Giant iTab, Internet Retailing, Cadbury, SMX London 2015, Hotcow, Just Eat – theMarketingblog

by on April 25, 2015

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Food delivery from the premium restaurants sector – 2 very fresh news stories

by on April 23, 2015

1  The premium take-out space in Europe continues to heat up as a number of startups target parts of the market that Just Eat, Foodpanda and Delivery Hero aren’t yet catering for. Namely, food delivery from premium restaurants that don’t traditionally offer a take-out and delivery service.

The best funded is the U.K.’s Deliveroo, which earlier this year raised a $25 million Series B round led by Accel Partners — money it pegged for European expansion. Today the London-headquartered startup is making good on that promise, launching the service in Paris andBerlin, following a quiet launch in Dublin earlier this week.

2  JUST EAT today announces the appointment of Barnaby Dawe as Chief Marketing Officer.

Barnaby brings with him a wealth of experience, having spent over 15 years leading the marketing strategies for some of the UK’s most exciting and iconic brands, including Sky, Channel 4, Heart FM, The Sun and The Times newspapers. Prior to JUST EAT, Barnaby was Chief Marketing Officer at HarperCollins Publishers and has been consulting a range of retail and e-commerce brands to drive growth through marketing, brand and digital strategies.

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Ordering takeaways online is taking off – Just Eat results up by 50pc

by on January 14, 2015

Just Eat, the online takeaway service, reported a 50pc increase in like-for-like orders in 2014.  http://just-eat.co.uk/

The London-listed company said total orders grew 52pc, including those from its French business Alloresto.fr from July onwards.

David Reynolds, equity analyst at Jefferies, said the update was “very much as expected” after the company reported in November that like-for-like orders grew by 51pc in the third quarter, a similar rate to the previous trading periods.

Just Eat @JustEatUK put the full-year increase down to an ongoing investment in marketing, staff, technology and new products and also credited the wider consumer shift towards ordering food online and on mobile

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McDonald’s, Starbucks, Just Eat and Pizza Rosa / Are you making productive use of social media? /  Jeanette Carlsson, CEO, @newmedia2.0 Ltd

McDonald’s, Starbucks, Just Eat and Pizza Rosa / Are you making productive use of social media? / Jeanette Carlsson, CEO, @newmedia2.0 Ltd

by on January 8, 2015

Are you making the most of social media? 7 in 10 UK adults log into their social media accounts every day, according to Ofcom. According to eMarketer, by next year (2015), more than half of those using a mobile phone will access social networks on their mobile devices.

Whereas in the past hospitality and leisure companies would advertise in (local) newspapers or through expensive TV adverts, today, (mobile) social media provides new opportunities – and is vital – for marketing and customer engagement on a much more personal level. Whether you run a local pub, bar, catering company, hotel, international coffee shop or restaurant chain, social media can add real value to your business – if done right.

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JustEat “mini fist pump” ad by The Red Brick Road

by on September 18, 2014

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Nuggets : Free range shoppers, Pirates strung up, More strife at Tesco, Just Eat, UK car registrations

by on April 6, 2014

Here are this weeks marketing nuggets which I feel you will find interesting. Enjoy.

Nuggets : Free range shoppers, Pirates strung up, More strife at Tesco, Just Eat, UK car registrations

Get your success story loaded. Call us. Building trust through engaging content – Will Corry, the UK Content Curator + Great Brand Journalism.

Will Corry 01784 434 412    will@themarketingblog.co.uk

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Video : JUST EAT’s rebel chefs on their mission to save the nation from the tyranny of cooking.

by on October 4, 2013

The latest adverts for JUST EAT, the online takeaway ordering service, expand the current ‘Don’t Cook, JUST EAT’ campaign, now in its second year, which sees the return of JUST EAT’s rebel chefs on their mission to save the nation from the tyranny of cooking. The spots launch on Friday 4th October as part of a multi-million pound campaign supported by pre-rolls, video on demand and social media activity.

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JUST EAT appoints Lucy Milne as its first UK Marketing Director

by on September 21, 2013

JUST EAT, the world's leading takeaway ordering network, today announces the promotion of Lucy Milne to the role of UK Marketing Director. The newly created role bolsters the senior management team in JUST EAT’s most important market, as the Group continues to consolidate its leadership position in Europe and globally. [more…]