Simply Takeout has launched in Leicestershire offering restaurants and take outs a super low commission rate on all orders.

The Leicester-based company is a marketing platform that acts as a partner for restaurants while actively supporting local community initiatives and charities. Customers are able to order food through the brand’s app and website where they will find a wide range of cuisines from pizza to pasta, and Indian to Chinese. The online ordering process is quick, easy, and accessible to all ages, offering delicious food from companies which may not have been able to be part of delivery services in the past due its competitor’s high commission fees. While other food delivery services charge restaurants and take outs anywhere between 14-30%* commission on each order, Simply Takeout offer their service to local eateries for 9.5%.

Wok Indo is one of the first restaurants to sign up to the platform (pictured). Rinx Amlani, owner, has this to say: : “I’m really excited about this partnership, and proud to be working with a business that supports the community. Our fusion of Indian and Chinese cuisine unites people connecting history and traditions, our menu is finely tuned, always using the freshest ingredients to serve food that is brimming with flavours. We are excited to be able to share our food locally with the help of Simply Takeout.”

Simply Takeout offers local charities, clubs, and community groups the opportunity to earn money through its affiliate scheme, with the organisation receiving 10% of someone’s first order, and 2.5% of all subsequent orders. For example, if an affiliate organisation gets 500 people to register, and these people placed an average first order of £25, they would earn £1,250. And if these same 500 people ordered once per month over the year then the organisation would earn an additional £3,750 per year.

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