BigDish Bears Fruit!

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BigDish Interview with founder Aidan Bishop

Sarah Lowther examines the latest offering served up by the company, having recently announced Brighton (London by the sea) The company were particularly keen to focus investors attention on the capital city’s fierce competition which in essence presents an incredible opportunity to Dish. Earlier in the year, Aidan Bishop joined us in the studio to run the rule over the company which today has proven to bear fruits at the current valuation.

BigDish Plc is an early-stage revenue-generating technology company that has developed a yield management platform for the restaurant industry. BigDish’s proprietary platform allows restaurants to maximise their sales by offering available tables to diners at a discount, primarily during off-peak hours. It offers restaurants the ability to set their discounts and availabilities best suited to the restaurants’ needs. With this reservation platform, restaurants can select the level of discount and the maximum number of discount diners for any given moment.

Sarah Lowther of TMS spoke yet again to founder Aidan Bishop click below
In January BigDish’s share price was 1.5p you can see the interview here
The author was remunerated but does not hold shares in the company

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BigDish Plc is an early-stage revenue-generating technology company that has developed a yield management platform for the restaurant industry. BigDish’s proprietary platform allows restaurants to maximise their sales by offering available tables to diners at a discount, primarily during off-peak hours. It offers restaurants the ability to set their discounts and availabilities best suited to the restaurants’ needs. With this reservation platform, restaurants can select the level of discount and the maximum number of discount diners for any given moment. The discount is generally between 10% and 50%, which allows the restaurants to drive diners to book at off-peak times



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