Just Eat

Just Eat Plc is a leading online food service platform that links consumers and take away food outlets. The company was established in 2001 by five Danish founders including Jesper Buch, Christian Frismodt, Per Meldgaard, and others. Just Eat was first launched in Denmark but later moved to London by one of its entrepreneurs.

The firm based in London, the UK, operates in more than 13 countries, specifically in Europe, North America, and Asia. The service platform allows consumer to select food items in the available restaurants, place an order and pay and wait for the delivery at any predetermined pick-up point.

The firm owns several subsidiaries including SkipTheDishes, City Pantry Ltd, Flypay Ltd, Menulog and much more. In 2011, the firm launched another shop in India and has plans to establish more ventures in other emerging markets in the near future. The firm is currently listed on London Stock Exchange and a component of FTSE 100 Index.

 

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