23 May 2019
(“BigDish” or the “Company”)
New Locations on BigDish
BigDish Plc (LON: DISH), a food technology company that operates a yield management platform for restaurants, is pleased to announce new locations as part of the expanded growth strategy.
- BigDish is now live in Swindon
- Reading added as a new location
The Company is pleased to announce that Swindon is now live on the BigDish platform. Furthermore, Taunton is expected to go live on or around 28 May 2019.
In reference to the announcement on 8th May 2019, it is now expected that a new location, Reading, will go live prior to Winchester. This is part of the Company’s plan to expand into the London commuter towns.
Sanj Naha, CEO said:
“We are very pleased with the successful launch of Swindon on the BigDish platform. We are also excited to announce that Reading will launch in the near future as part of our plan to expand into the London commuter towns. Following successful launches in Exeter and Basingstoke at the beginning of May, it is hugely encouraging that the Company is on track with its growth strategy. We look forward to updating the market next week on further significant plans regarding our roll out across the UK and a new partnership which will coincide with the launch in Brighton.”
THIS ANNOUNCEMENT CONTAINS INSIDE INFORMATION FOR THE PURPOSES OF ARTICLE 7 OF THE MARKET ABUSE REGULATION EU 596/2014 (“MAR”)
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Notes to Editors
BigDish Plc is a London Stock Exchange listed food technology company that operates a yield management platform for the restaurant industry, including a mobile app.
The Company helps restaurants in the UK fill their spare capacity at quiet times and optimise their revenues through smart and dynamic discounts. Consumers can access these via the BigDish app and website platforms. Restaurants pay BigDish a fee per diner seated.
BigDish is fully committed to delivering shareholder value to its stakeholders through this model and is actively seeking to expand across the UK. An expansion strategy has been outlined which divides the UK into territorial target areas.