Archive for Archive for July, 2010
I am of course a big fan of takeaway, and after having moved to London where the choice of cuisine is excellent, I have also build a bit of a passion for good takeaway. Healthy but still yummy sushi, a nice hawaiian pizza with just the right amount of pineapple, butter chicken with sweet taste [...]
This post is a very internal post, and it is very brief, but I had to write it. The agonising pain inside had to come out now that it is all over … finally, our problem child #1 in the tech department has after a massive effort been solved: PD-41 good bye, and may you [...]
The blog I posted yesterday on some for me new facts about the early life of Just-Eat have given some backdoor comments, which I also expected, since it is not a well known fact, that there were people involved with Just-Eat all the way back in 1998. I got a phone call from Jesper Buch, and [...]
One of my big interests, that I sadly don’t have enough time to enjoy is “history”. So much can be learned about what has happened in the past. Understanding our roots as humans, as a nation, as a society, a family, etc. is very valuable when trying to figure out where to go. Company history can [...]
The next country where we will thrill the citizens with the Just-Eat online takeaway experience will be Spain. We have researched the market quite substantially, and even though the takeaway delivery market in Spain is not particularly big or mature, then it is still an interesting market for us to launch in.
Even though Spain is [...]
We have board meetings 4-5 times a year. It is pretty standard sessions lasting 3-4 hours where most of the Exec Team at some point participate and discuss various issues with the the two key owners of Just-Eat, Index Ventures and SM Trust. But then once a year, we have a full day board seminar. [...]