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Takeaway.com Overview

Amsterdam (Netherlands)
1001 to 5000 employees
2000
Company - Private
Internet
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors

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Takeaway.com (Thuisbezorgd.nl ) is one of the world leaders in online food ordering. Since the creating of our company in 2000, we became a market leading in the Netherlands and are now actively developing our services in many European countries. Currently we have over ... Read more

Mission: We aim to provide our customers (consumers and restaurants) a service for ordering food online that is quick, easy to use and reliable.


Takeaway.com Reviews

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    I have been working at Takeaway.com part-time

    Pros

    Flexible and nice co-workers, e-bike does most of the work.

    Cons

    The bags can be heavy sometimes but this is just nitpicking.

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Takeaway.com Photos

Takeaway.com photo of: In the Amsterdam board room
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Takeaway.com photo of: Lunch time
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Takeaway.com Interviews

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    Business Planner Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Berlin (Germany)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience

    Application

    The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at Takeaway.com (Berlin (Germany)).

    Interview

    I sustained the all selection process. The people were polite but extremely disorganised. They sent me an Amazon Review case study but didn't give me access to the folder, before that, the hiring manager sent me by mistake two mails because he was not in touch with HR. At the presentation of the case study they didn't ask questions about data cleansing and asked about "business insights" and didn't make an offer because I was "too technical". I seriously doubt that they had solid competencies regarding data analysis (the title was Business related but the case required coding), I had the impression they wanted a high level analysis even if not backed by data. The case study was totally not pertinent to the position. Lot of confusion.

    Interview Questions

    • What are your Business conclusions about the Case Study   Answer Question
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Company Updates

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