Articles Tagged ‘SkipTheDishes’

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Check it out: SkipTheDishes rebrands

The food delivery app changes its branding colours to better align itself with parent co. Just Eat Takeaway.

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Why Pride sponsors shouldn’t hit pause during Black Lives Matter protests

A movement for racial equality happening during Pride presents an opportunity to recognize how diverse communities are, one expert says.

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SkipTheDishes gives a virtual tour of generosity

Jon Hamm films an ad at home to keep up momentum for the delivery app’s efforts to support its restaurant partners.

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View from the C-Suite: Where SkipTheDishes sees potential for growth

With half of the market share, the delivery app is exploring new purchase occasions.

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Corner Office Shifts: SkipTheDishes adds marketing leadership

Plus, David Allard departs as chief marketer at Samsung Canada.

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2019 Small AOY Bronze: Arrivals + Departures takes off

The shop is working with startups to explore the ins and outs of building a brand from the ground up while also pushing into health and wellness.

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SkipTheDishes sets out to be more than ‘ordinary’

Jon Hamm returns as a wannabe Canadian in the brand’s campaign to build credibility in the crowded meal delivery space.

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Tim Hortons partners with SkipTheDishes in the GTA

The QSR chain adds Toronto to a list growing list of Canadian markets offering home delivery.

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The Disruptors: Pivot brings subscriptions to furniture

The founders of the Saskatoon startup believe there’s a market for rental furniture waiting to be tapped.

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How brands are celebrating April Fools Day

WestJet, Indochino and even the David Suzuki Foundation have some offers that may seem too good to be true.

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Corner Office Shifts: L’Oreal, SkipTheDishes and Koho

A round-up of senior-level changes you may have missed.

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SkipTheDishes looks to hockey’s primetime audiences

The food delivery service launched a humorous campaign featuring actor Jon Hamm during the NHL season opener.