Beverley businesses unite for innovative collaboration

Beverley
Inflata Nation’s Michelle Ball and Deli No.1 owner Daniel Moxon

Beverley businesses Inflata Nation and Deli No.1 have joined forces for mutual benefit.

Rather than set up its own catering operation Inflata Nation has arranged a delivery service from Deli No.1– and deli owner Daniel Moxon says the collaboration is already proving a success.

“Inflata Nation has been a great thing for Flemingate, with the shopping centre now at over 90% capacity, and collaborations like this can help businesses to cater for their customers even more,” he said.

“We really want people to know that if they are having a good time at Inflata Nation they can have one of our burgers, sandwiches or more healthy options after all that exercise – and it will be brought straight to their table in the centre.”

Orders are placed via a bespoke computer system and delivered the 200 yards within 15 minutes. Daniel added: “It’s building week by week and we expect plenty more people to be going to Inflata Nation, and ordering our food, especially during school holidays such as half-term and Easter.”

Beverley was Inflata Nation’s fourth UK site, following the success of other centres in Manchester, Runcorn and Birmingham.

The leisure company has since opened another centre in Glasgow, with all of the locations enjoying huge success.

Matt Ball, who established Inflata Nation with his wife Michelle, said: “We’re delighted with the numbers at Beverley and the link-up with Deli No.1 is helping is grow the success of the site.

“What could be better after having great fun on our amazing attractions than having a delicious meal delivered within 15 minutes to your table from a fantastic and well-established restaurant?”