Join Canadian Club Toronto on January 16th when Ray Reddy, Co-Founder & CEO of Ritual, sits down with BNN’s Amber Kanwar to discuss the future of mobile ordering and the changes we will continue to see on restaurant and food court design. With over 10 million orders served and more than 4,400 restaurant partners, join us to learn how the Toronto-born company has successfully reimagined your lunchtime experience.
**Lunch will be provided by Crave. Under dietary restrictions, please indicate which of these three meals you would like and please indicate if you would like to substitute tofu or tempeh for your protein selection**
Gusto Bowl: Grilled chicken breast, massaged kale, quinoa, corn, black beans, chopped avocado, jicama strings, pico de gallo, pickled jalapenos, sweet red onion, spicy chipotle crema + lime vinaigrette.
Banh Mi Bowl: Grilled chicken breast, massaged kale, avocado, napa, red cabbage, pickled radish, pickled carrot strips, pickled jalapeno, cucumber, kimchi, coriander, sesame seeds, sriracha aioli + soy dressing.
Bangkok Bowl: Roasted chicken breast, soba noodles, purple cabbage, mango, cucumber, fried shallot, mint, basil, cashew, red Thai chili pepper, peanut, sweet chili lime dressing.
Ray Reddy, Co-Founder & CEO of Ritual
Ray Reddy is currently the co-founder & CEO of Ritual - the order ahead app that taps networks of co-workers and colleagues for fast and easy pick up and pay at a wide variety of local restaurants and coffee shops.
With Ritual, users can mobile order and pay at all their favourite local eateries and coffee shops and have it ready to pick up when they arrive. By also uniquely giving friends and colleagues the ability to add their own food orders onto an existing order, Ritual gives customers the choice of either picking up themselves or having their food brought right to their desk. This 'social ordering' saves customers time and drives incremental orders for merchants. The best and busiest quick service restaurants and coffee shops in major cities across North America are using Ritual to give them a competitive, technological edge, driving profitability, and a more personalized way to connect with their customers.
Prior to Ritual, Ray co-founded mobile commerce company PushLife that was acquired by Google in 2011. At Google, Ray led mobile product management for shopping and commerce. It was while at Google that Ray saw the potential to better leverage a social application to unlock mobile commerce and thus, Ritual was born.