Sirved Announces National Advertising Campaign to Bring World's First Menu-based Search Engine to Travelers Across Canada
(3 months ago)
TORONTO: Sirved, the world's first menu-based search engine, today announced it is working with ADS Publishing to bring its new app to travelers in 385 partner hotels across Ontario. Sirved lets you search every menu from every restaurant, wherever you are or expect to be -- filtered by craving, dish, or dietary restrictions like gluten-free or vegetarian.
"With our official launch in Canada, we want to make sure we are doing everything possible to support our restaurant partners," said Kyle Brown, Co-founder, Sirved. "ADS Publishing allows us to extend our reach directly to the consumers restaurants want to reach — specifically, travelers. With more than 33 million hotel guests annually across Canada and 72% of those eating outside the hotel, Sirved makes discovering new restaurants quick and simple."
Sirved provides restaurants with flexible alternatives to meet any budget and business need including free and paid subscriptions as well as basic and advanced analytics on restaurant trends, competitive landscape and consumer behavior.
"Sirved is the most comprehensive discovery app ever created for restaurants and their customers," said Jonathan Leslie, Co-founder, Sirved. "The concept behind ADS Publishing's innovative mobile hotel guest directory aligns perfectly with the simplicity and reach of our new app."
ADS Publishing's technology makes it easy for travelers to take the information found in a hotel's print directory with them on their smart-phone as they explore a new city. For Sirved, whose ads appear in 385 hotels across Ontario, this means guests can quickly and simply download the Sirved app while out exploring whenever they are ready to find a restaurant.
"Sirved is on the leading edge of the next big thing in the hospitality industry," said Michael Simon, General Manager, ADS Marketing. "With more than 100,000 menus readily searchable via the Sirved app and the majority of hotel guests eating outside the hotel, together we are well positioned to transform traditional hotel marketing by connecting travelers with local restaurants in a non-traditional way."