Tablefinder signs deal with TopTable

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EU News: Tablefinder, a startup aimed at aggregating the world’s online bookable restaurants, has signed a partner agreement with the UK’s TopTable, the largest restaurant booker in Europe. The deal gives Tablefinder access to all of the TopTable restaurants including the first restaurants to be added from New York. Currently Tablefinder is limited to restaurants in Sweden. In September Tablefinder, one of the six winners at the recent London SeedCamp incubator event, launched a beta service with one of the two main global restaurant booking systems, Livebookings Network. The rest the rest of the world’s restaurant tables are booked via the OpenTable system. Tablefinder, which is in an open beta, aims eventually to add a social networking element to table booking, providing suggestions about where to dine, and tracking where your friends dine.

These deals are going to be important to Tablefinder prior to a proper consumer launch, as the site itself right now is not offering what I would call a full-blown service by any stretch.

  • Ronnie

    Maybe I’m completely wrong in our offering to the restaurant booking game.

    But I think in the future people will want to use their mobiles when they’re out and about to read reviews of restaurants, book tables and get special offers.

    Or is it just me who thinks the mobile internet is going to be huge?

  • Anders Fredriksson

    Nice to see news on this pop up before I have had time to write on it… :)

    Ronnie: I also think that mobile should be big for us… if you want to take a swing at it… use our API (when it lauches) and create your own service.

    Just some facts… Tablefinder only have restaurants from Livebookings today, all across europe, and will have from TopTable soon including our first restaurants in the US.

    Anders Fredriksson, CEO

  • Fabio

    I see the evolution into something more social like the logic evolution of their service and I’m sure the guys already have ideas and plans.
    If they get serious traction – as I do really hope – I see a major threat for review websites in the long run… having reviews and booking in the same place is without any doubt a great benefit for the user. Or maybe there’s no threat, just a huge opportunity to collaborate and merge together…


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