Site statistics released from the UK’s online takeaway marketplace has shown a clear correlation between the volume of onsite takeaway orders and the success of X Factor acts, finding that since the live shows started, Saturday night orders have increased at the exact time the acts that ended up singing for survival initially performed.
Recently, our site statistics showed that the oddest places people had ordered takeaway food to included The Ritz, a slimming organisation, and a graveyard...
That led us to think, maybe the undead's bloodlust could be quenched this Halloween by something as simple as a good takeaway! So between the hours of 6pm and midnight on Sunday, takeaway lovers who order delivery to a graveyard or cemetery anywhere in the UK using hungryhouse.co.uk will get their food for free*
To discover the strangest places people have felt the need to eat a takeaway, one of the UK’s leading online takeaway ordering websites, hungryhouse.co.uk looked at sales data and site statistics.
On carrying out the research, hungryhouse.co.uk found that previous orders through the site had been delivered to a graveyard, a dentist and a roundabout.
The UK’s takeaway marketplace hungryhouse.co.uk first appeared on Dragons' Den, the hit BBC TV show, in November 2007.
Launched in 2006, hungryhouse.co.uk was projected into the limelight after a successful appearance on the fifth series of the business investment programme.
To discover more about the eating habits of the British public, one of the leading online takeaway ordering websites, hungryhouse.co.uk, asked a sample of people across the UK how often they eat ethnic food such as curries compared to traditional British meals such as roast dinners.
The online takeaway ordering website hungryhouse.co.uk has handed its PR brief to consumer tech specialists 10 Yetis PR Agency.
hungryhouse.co.uk, has been shortlisted in the Nectar Business Small Business Awards 2010, which will be judged by star of hit BBC TV show Dragon’s Den, James Caan.
hungryhouse.co.uk has been chosen by a judging panel including Deborah Meaden and other leading entrepreneurs such as Bebo Founder Michael Birch as a winner of Smarta.com’s inaugural ‘Smarta 100’.
The Smarta 100 is the ultimate business accolade, recognizing the UK’s smartest small businesses. Smarta.com has uncovered remarkable companies who have gone the extra mile to differentiate themselves from the market or found clever ways to compete, from their marketing plan to their ethical stance. The result is a fascinating insight into the unique business ideas that are thriving in the current economic climate.
The deal is agreed, hands are shaken, and the cameras stop rolling. But what happens next for entrepreneurs that find success in the Dragons’ Den?
Hungryhouse.co.uk, the website that makes it easier than ever before to find a local restaurant and order takeaway online, was one of the successful pitches featured on the BBCs Dragons’ Den in autumn last year. They won a £100,000 offer of investment from multi-millionaires James Caan and Duncan Bannatyne, in exchange for an eye-watering 50% of the business.
But, as hungryhouse’s founders Shane Lake and Tony Charles were to find, the investment is far from secure when you shake hands. Four months after filming, post-show due diligence ground to a halt after Caan became unsure whether the business would take off.
Londoners are back on the booze and takeaway less than three weeks after making their new year's resolutions, shows research by www.hungryhouse.co.uk – the website which handles online ordering for around 250 of the capital’s takeaway delivery services.