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It connects empty stomachs to empty tables.
The world’s first restaurant yield management application was recently launched in Bangkok.
The user-friendly application provides table reservation services with up to 50% discount at every partner restaurant during off-peak hours daily. The discounts apply to every food item on the menu and can be booked online without any credit card information or printing of coupons at no cost by any potential diner.
At the launch, Michael Cluzel, co-founder and Group CEO of Eatigo (Thailand) Co. Ltd. said, “Our aim is to help restaurant owners and management in connecting empty stomachs to empty tables, and that’s why we chose to launch this application in Bangkok, where eating is regarded as its residents’ most favourite past time. Everyone here loves to eat, enjoys new eating experiences and great deals.”
Eatigo, which was founded n 2013 by six entrepreneurs of diverse nationalities, already partners with over 100 eateries in Bangkok, including Crepes & Co, Outback Steakhouse, Medinii, and Flavors at the Renaissance Bangkok hotel.
“With such reputable business partners as KBank, DTAC and EDTGuide.com and famous Thai celebrity couple, Chakrit Yamnam and Virithipa (Woonsen) Pakdeeprasong, as our brand ambassadors, we expect to increase the number of restaurant partners in Bangkok significantly during the next six months, and expansion plans to other Asian countries are already in the pipeline”, said Pumin Yuvacharuskul, co-founder and CEO Thailand.
The application is available on www.eatigo.com and can be downloaded as both an iOS and android mobile app.
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