Just Eat has taken over as the new sponsor of dublinbikes, the city-wide bike scheme which is managed by JCDecaux and Dublin City Council.
Just Eat has entered into a three year deal as commercial partner and the new look branded bikes will be visible on the streets of Dublin from the end of August. In addition to the livery of the bikes, the docking station screens, service vehicles, staff uniforms and associated inventory will all also be rebranded as Just Eat dublinbikes.
According to Joanne Grant, managing director JCDecaux Ireland: “We are delighted to be welcoming Just Eat as the new partner of dublinbikes. They are a very colourful and progressive brand with ambitious plans for growth and we are looking forward to working closely with them to build on the overwhelming success of the scheme by harnessing the synergies between our business models over the next three years.”
Amanda Roche Kelly, managing director Just Eat Ireland adds: “Just Eat and dublinbikes are, in so many ways, the ideal partners. First and foremost, both services were conceived to meet an everyday lifestyle need. In the case of dublinbikes it’s helping people to get around the city more easily, whilst for Just Eat, it’s helping hungry commuters find their flavour by ordering their favourite foods for delivery when and where they want online and via the Just Eat app. Together we believe that Just Eat and dublinbikes can have a bigger impact on the communities where we are located, connecting local restaurants with busy city commuters whilst ultimately encouraging more people to use dublinbikes to get around the city. For Just Eat, this is a significant milestone as we continue to realise our vision of creating the world’s greatest food community and we are really excited about working with Dublin City Council and JCDecaux to help fuel the mobile community in Dublin.”