press release July ’23
[Ghent, 30/06/2023] – Casper, the fast-growing ghost kitchen chain in Belgium, the Netherlands and France, is fully committed to their B2B strategy. With a wide range of meals ranging from summer salads and fresh bagels to Italian focaccia and lasagne, Casper At Work offers something for everyone. No more hassle with discussions about what to order for lunch or who should get the sandwiches.
Casper’s b2b strategy focuses on serving companies of all sizes, from small startups to large enterprises. By partnering with companies, they can offer their employees a varied menu of delicious dishes, delivered directly to their delivered to their offices.
With a single delivery, all dishes are individually marked with the name of the recipient, so that there is no confusion. In addition, Casper At Work offers a personalised app/webshop tailored for businesses, making ordering
lunch becomes simple and user-friendly.
“With Casper At Work, we want to solve lunch dilemmas at the office for good,” says Matthias Laga, CEO of Casper. “We understand the challenges companies face when ordering and picking up lunch. That is why we offer a varied menu, flexibility and a stress-free lunch experience.”
Casper currently operates in several cities in Belgium and the Netherlands and has strong partnerships with leading delivery platforms such as TakeAway, Deliveroo and Uber Eats. By expanding its b2b offering, Casper aims to serve even more
businesses and improve their lunch experience.
Interested companies can contact Casper At Work at email@example.com to find out more about the possibilities and to set up a personalised webshop set up for their office.
Founded in March 2020, Casper is a chain of hybrid delivery and takeaway restaurants (ghost- or dark kitchens) selling 10 virtual brands. The company is known for its high quality, interesting prices and sustainable packaging.