The Manitoba government is partnering with SkipThe Dishes to recruit and train more than 500 new staff in Winnipeg as part of the company’s aggressive growth strategy to expand in the North American market, Premier Greg Selinger announced today.
“SkipTheDishes is a dynamic business and we’re proud they have chosen to call Manitoba home,” said Premier Selinger. “This investment aims to keep Manitoba talent in the province and is creating the next generation of high-tech workers. Our government is proud to support job creation of this type.”
SkipThe Dishes is an online food-ordering and delivery company. Since its inception in 2013, the company has grown to more than 200 employees and works with thousands of food couriers and more than 2,000 restaurants across North America.
“SkipTheDishes is honoured to have the support from the province of our plans to recruit, train and develop over 500 people including software developers, sales, operations, and all the other roles a head office requires,” said Joshua Simair, president and co-founder, SkipTheDishes. “The calibre of talent we have been able to attract has been world-class. With our plan to expand to over 100 markets in North America, our entire team is excited to be building the future of on-demand food delivery right here in Manitoba.”
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