11 July 2019
(“BigDish” or the “Company”)
Brighton Goes Live on BigDish Platform
BigDish Plc (LON: DISH), a food technology company that operates a yield management platform for restaurants, is pleased to announce today that Brighton has gone live on the BigDish platform.
Further to the announcement on 2 July 2019, the Company believes that Brighton will be a significant location for BigDish. Initially, a select number of restaurants will be available on the platform, and it is expected that the number of restaurants will increase quickly.
The Company is also pleased to announce that a new Territory Manager covering the South East of the United Kingdom (Territory 3) will start on 5 August 2019. This is part of the Company’s recruitment drive for Territory Managers to cover the entire United Kingdom.
Sanj Naha, CEO commented:
“The addition of Brighton to the BigDish platform is incredibly exciting. We expect the location to be a major hub of BigDish activity and are looking forward to seeing more and more restaurants added.
“It is also promising that our recruitment drive is progressing well. We look forward to updating the market on further recruitment and operational developments.”
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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 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.