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JUST EAT NOW SPONSOR THE DUBLINBIKE BIKE RENTAL SCHEME

JUST EAT NOW SPONSOR THE DUBLINBIKE BIKE RENTAL SCHEME [BOLTON STREET DOCKING STATION]


I could not get auto-focus to work today and I still do not know what is the problem.

 

I missed the 28/08/2017 Press Release which reads as follows:

Just Eat was unveiled last month as the new commercial partner of dublinbikes and today sees the rollout of the branded bikes on street. The new look features the distinctive Just Eat logo and signature colour ray. In addition, the docking station screens, service vehicles, staff uniforms and associated inventory have all been branded with the Just Eat logo and colours.

Joanne Grant, Managing Director JCDecaux Ireland said “We are delighted to be welcoming Just Eat as the new partner of dublinbikes. They are a very colourful and progressive brand with ambitious plans for growth and we are looking forward to working closely with them to build on the overwhelming success of the scheme by harnessing the synergies between our business models over the next three years.”

Just Eat is an online food order and delivery service. It acts as an intermediary between independent take-out food outlets and customers. It is headquartered in the United Kingdom and operates in 18 countries in Europe, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. The platform allows customers to search for local take-out restaurants to place orders online, and to choose from pick-up or delivery options.

 



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