Despite posting a loss of of €190m, Just Eat’s marketing investment and Euro 2020 campaign has seen the brand improve its awareness, loyalty and order numbers.
In the latest episode of Marketing Week’s podcast series, Just Eat UK marketing director Matt Bushby explains how the food delivery giant used a combination of gut feel and data to navigate the challenges of Covid-19, as orders surged and the brand’s Euro 2020 sponsorship was put on ice.
Just Eat increased its marketing spend by 158% in 2020 as it sought to capitalise on the growing popularity of food delivery driven by Covid-19.
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