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Flipdish Partners With Press Up For Food Delivery And Collection Services

Published on Jun 10 2020 10:15 AM in Food tagged: Trending Posts / Press Up Entertainment / Flipdish

Flipdish Partners With Press Up For Food Delivery And Collection Services

Irish digital food-ordering solution Flipdish has announced that it has entered into a new partnership with Press Up Entertainment to create delivery hubs for a number of Press Up's restaurant brands.

Press Up delivery hubs that are powered by Flipdish's ordering system are now in operation on Dublin's Wellington Quay, the Dublin suburb of Blanchardstown and Cork city centre.

The Press Up brands that are currently preparing food for delivery and collection with Flipdish are Elephant & Castle, Wowburger, Wagamama, Dollard Pizza, Captain Americas, Bison Bar & BBQ, Stella Diner, Doolally, Dime Coffee and Angelina's Deli.

"A Whole New Target Customer Market"

Flipdish co-founder James McCarthy stated, "Flipdish is excited to be working with a well-known Irish brand like Press Up Entertainment Group. Helping them to run their hubs through our online ordering solutions has opened up a whole new target consumer market and is allowing people who may not have had access to specific brands before to enjoy them. We look forward to helping Press Up Entertainment Group continue to innovate, pivot and adapt during these times and beyond."

"Very Happy"

Through its partnership with Flipdish, Press Up plans to make Wowburger and Elephant & Castle menu items available for delivery and collection throughout the whole of Dublin and Cork cities.

Press Up Entertainment head of marketing Laura Arnold commented, "We are very happy to be partnering with Flipdish to enhance our online ordering and digital presence across many brands within the Press Up Entertainment portfolio. The integration with Flipdish will allow our customers to easily order and pay for any of their favourite meals directly through our websites for contactless collection. This will not only make the ordering process easier for our customers, but will also help streamline operations during busy service periods."

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