Liverpool-based tech firm Qbunk has announced key senior appointments, official partnerships with leading firms Halewood Artisan Spirits and Think Wine and the retention of all of its staff members this year.
Providing a seamless table ordering experience, Qbunk has pivoted over the last 12 months to support the leisure and hospitality sector throughout the pandemic, with the company working with and within some of the Liverpool City Region’s most-loved venues, such as Chester Racecourse, 62 Castle Street Hotel and the Bling Aparthotel by U-Stay.
Collaborating with Frodsham based tech company Urban to further expand its offering, Qbunk will now be investing circa £180,000 into new technologies this year, in order to drive efficiencies and maximise revenue for hospitality operators.
Paul Wilson, director, Qbunk, said:
“By streamlining the ordering process through the Qbunk platform, we have allowed venues to serve more customers during peak trading hours, allowing them to turn tables over quicker through direct ordering. In a post-pandemic world with rising costs and staff shortages it is more important than ever for operators to implement efficiencies to drive revenues and reduce costs.
“As a company, we have placed a huge impetus into recruiting a driven senior team and partnering with companies that share similar values to ourselves. With a solid investment plan in place, we now look forward to continuing to grow our portfolio across a wide range of sectors.”
Appointing experienced businessman David Allan in a BDM capacity, Qbunk are now looking to appoint a new head of sales and strategy in Q2, with plans to now grow further both in headcount and contract wins throughout 2022 / 23.