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The LOCAL platform will initially facilitate online ordering from customers to offer food and drink for collection or delivery until such times as the current lockdown measures are eased. It will then move to provide an opportunity for local businesses to digitally take orders directly from customers sat at their tables with social distancing measures in place once the current lockdown ends.The LOCAL platform is geared to help our industry and their customers going through each phase of this crisis.A survey by Kantar during the first week of lockdown showed that the 1 thing people are looking forward to when the crisis is over is going out with friends for some food and drink. Together, we can make sure we still have places to go when the time comes.
Businesses just need a logo, menu, contact details and Stripe Connect account to set themselves up on the app. Consumers can then place orders on the web, through their mobiles or over the phone. Users can find outlets in their local area by entering their postcode or visiting the locations page.
Register your interest by completing this form (CLICK HERE)
A member of our team will then be in touch to complete your account set-up. You will then be added to our website and apps, available to download from both the Google and Apple App stores.
For more information about the service visit mylocaldelivers.com (CLICK HERE)
Responding to the Coach Nightclub drinks promotion, Colin Neill, Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster said:
“Irresponsible promotions have no place in our industry and we condemn them outright. We believe the imagery associated with this promotion is unacceptable and have referred it to the Independent Complaints Panel for the industry’s Responsible Retailing Code.
Irish News Column, August
By Colin Neill, Chief Executive, Hospitality Ulster
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