Heymenu is likely to get wide restaurant adoption because of its disruptive business model, where the company claims will it connect takeaway restaurants and consumers via an easy-to-use and personalised website and app. HeyMenu's proposition is to provide up to 90 per cent lower costs to takeaway restaurants than competitors, including zero commission, so you can see why the restaurants could be keen on it. This is in addition to more personalisation and dependable technology that ensures orders are not dropped, payments are secure and reliable and deliveries are tracked from restaurant to the front door.
The launch of HeyMenu sees the company on-boarding an average 500 takeaway restaurants per week, developing at a significant fast-pace, prior to any substantial marketing activity. The company will launch its full proposition to consumers in December, shaking up the current battlefield that is the UK takeaway industry.
Chris Howard, CEO, HeyMenu, comments: "We have been watching, learning and researching for a while and have identified a number of significant advancements that could be introduced within the industry. Takeaway restaurants have to pay large percentage fees to be on certain websites, such as Just Eat and Hungry House, but we believe they are not being empowered for the price they