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    Just Eat grows orders by 76%


    Just Eat processed 135m orders in the first six months of 2021, a growth rate of 76% compared with the same period last year.

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    Investor interest stokes shares in delivery


    Investor interest has been stoked in Just Eat following the disclosure that a respected American hedge fund boss has acquired a $645m stake in the delivery company.

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    Just Eat grows UK volumes


    Just Eat’s focus on the “historically under-invested” Just Eat UK markets have driven growth and won online share, the company has reported.

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    Just Eat orders up 96%


    Just Eat processed 64m orders in the UK in Q1 2021, growth of 96% on the same period in 2020.

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    Delivery and takeaway sales triple over past year


    Takeaway and delivery sales have increased by 317% over the past 12 months, according to CGA’s new Hospitality at Home Tracker.

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    Just Eat: ‘This marks the beginning of our journey in the UK’


    Just Eat’s investment in the UK market has arguably been paying off, with revenue up 42% last year, and for chief executive Jitse Groen, it is just the beginning.

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    Just Eat’s UK revenues up 42%


    Just Eat achieved a 42% increase in revenue in its UK business in 2020, from €509m to €725m. Adjusted EBIDTA for the UK was €216m – up 2% on 2019.

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    Former Just Eat CEO invests in Egypt’s fastest growing delivery company


    Former Just Eat CEO David Buttress has made his largest personal business investment to date, in Egyptian food delivery company Elmenus.

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    Just Eat places €1.1bn convertible bond offer


    Just Eat has successfully placed a two-tranche convertible bonds offer of €1.1bn.

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    Just Eat Takeaway hails uplift in delivery


    Just Eat Takeaway has hailed a huge uplift in fourth-quarter UK business on the same period in 2019.

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    Just Eat MD Andrew Kenny: ‘2020 raised the bar for delivery’


    Delivery has never seen a year like 2020. Whilst last year’s events wreaked havoc on traditional operating models across the hospitality space, the back-to-back lockdowns and shift towards homeworking prompted an unprecedented surge in delivery sales, with the UK’s three primary aggregators all reporting uplifts in revenue, partnerships and order numbers.

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    Brandwatch: Burger King @ Just Eat


    Unlike the rest of us, Just Eat has had a pretty good year. From that fateful day in March, as the nation was informed that they “must stay home” in a then unprecedented (three-week) lockdown, eating in became the new eating out. Just Eat saw a 33% jump in orders as a result of the first lockdown – with breakfast and lunch orders rising by 50% and 80% respectively – and the upward trend has since continued. However, whilst the crisis may have escalated the company’s rapid growth, it was by no means the catalyst.

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    Just Eat to create 1,000 jobs through new agency worker model


    Just Eat has launched a new agency worker model for couriers, which will switch contracts to hourly pay and could create more than 1,000 jobs by March, the company has said.

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    Just Eat cuts commission for independents


    Just Eat is offering a package of discounts to independent restaurants hit by the most severe coronavirus restrictions. Operators in Northern Ireland, Wales and the central Scottish belt will get a 25% discount on commission for Just Eat’s courier service. Those regions will also pay no commission on collection orders, ...

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    Just Eat UK orders up 43% to 46.4m


    Just Eat has reported UK orders in Q3 2020 grew by 43% year on year to 46.4m.

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    Just Eat CEO Jitse Groen: ‘We’ll hire thousands of people’


    Just Eat is set to invest “tens of millions of pounds” in the UK and hire “thousands of people,” CEO Jitse Groen has said.

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    Just Eat reports 'significant' top-line growth


    Just Eat has reported a strong first half in 2020, seeing revenue growth of 44% in the first six months.

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    Eggslut opens second UK outlet


    Eggslut has opened its 10th location worldwide and second UK outlet in London’s Fitzrovia, at 19 Percy Street. The two level restaurant from the cult brand has worked with street-artist Woskerski and installation experts Bompas and Parr on the interior, and teamed up with regular supply partners Clarence Court eggs, Bread Ahead bakery and Nude Coffee Roasters. The site has launched with the now-familiar social distancing measures, cashless payment, a one-way walking system and plastic screens at tills. All staff will wear plastic gloves and masks.

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    Dominic Walsh: On the Marston’s and Carlsberg JV, and Just Eat


    Phew, the relief! For the first time since the lockdown here was a story that was not about coronavirus. And what a story: Marston’s to exit brewing. Well, almost. When its £780 million brewing joint venture with Carlsberg was announced, I described it as an acceleration of “the redrawing of Britain’s brewing landscape” and I see no reason to change my view.

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    Just Eat snaps up Grubhub for £5.75bn


    Just Eat has further consolidated its position in the global delivery market by buying US company Grubhub for $7.3bn (£5.75bn).