Just Eat Announces New Saving Solutions To Further Support Restaurant Sector

By Dave Simpson
Just Eat Announces New Saving Solutions To Further Support Restaurant Sector

Just Eat has announced new saving solutions that it has agreed with several Irish companies to further support its network of restaurant partners during the COVID-19 crisis.

The solutions include an agreement by car sharing company GoCar to offer a discount on car rentals for Just Eat restaurant partners; a contactless payment agreement with Elavon to give existing Just Eat restaurant partners the option to avail of preferential rates on Evalon's secure payment systems; an agreement with Nutritics for a 25% discount on the company's centralised nutrition software for the efficient management of recipes, menus and production; and an offer to Just Eat restaurant partners of a 20% reduction on unsecured business loan fees through Dublin-based peer-to-peer lending platform Linked Finance, which aims to provide a source of financial support for local SMEs that can be accessed quickly and easily.

"Significant Savings"

Just Eat managing director Amanda Roche-Kelly stated, "This is an extremely difficult time for all of our restaurant partners, so we're constantly looking at ways to help keep their doors open. In addition to our own package of supports, we've agreed these saving solutions with key players in the service industry to enable our network to make significance savings over the coming weeks while maintaining the highest quality and safety standards."

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