Cheapeats Is Heading To London


New York, December 1, 2010 – Cheapeats, today announced that is has been selected by British Airways as a 2010 Face-of-Opportunity winner and has been awarded travel to anywhere in the world to conduct vital business meetings as well as attend the British Airways Face-of-Opportunity business conference. This award is part of the British Airways Face-to-Face program, which provides small business owners and entrepreneurs the critical tools for building business relationships abroad and stimulating growth through the power of face-to-face interaction. 

We are thrilled to be part of the prestigious group of entrepreneurs that were chosen by British Airways as a Face-of-Opportunity winner,” said Rosemarie Gambetta – President of Cheapeats. “This flight will give us the chance to meet restaurants and partners in London, which are vital for the growth of our brand.”

 Before taking off, Cheapeats will attend the British Airways Face-of-Opportunity conference in New York City on February 2, 2011 where the company will receive free counsel from top influential international business experts while networking with venture capitalists, renowned entrepreneurs, media and other small business owners. 

The conference, which includes an introduction by Simon Talling-Smith, Executive Vice President Americas, British Airways, and keynote speeches by Rhonda Abrams, best-selling author and USA Today small business columnist Bill Rancic, best-selling author and first season winner of the The Apprentice, will provide Cheapeats with additional tools in business planning, marketing, and travel to assist the company in it strategy to expand globally.

 “We are very excited for this phase of the program and for the 250 small business owners who, beyond the educational resources already provided through the Face-to-Face program, now have the opportunity to fly British Airways overseas to conduct vital face-to-face meetings for their business,” said Simon Talling-Smith. “Each of the winner’s stories is uniquely inspiring and our hopes is that the program is a powerful catalyst in ensuring lasting and fruitful businesses for them.”

About Cheapeats:

You can’t always tell where the great, cheap eateries are. But we can. We separate the tasty spots from the simply nots, to spare your cash and your ribs. Cheapeats is a comprehensive restaurant guide for New York City and its boroughs. It’s the place to go before you go out to eat. And it’s FREE. We’ll get you well-fed on a budget – literally $25 or less.

 “We created Cheapeats because food has always been our special thing but these days finance has to figure into the recipe. We chose New York to start because if we can uncover affordable yet chic dining here…well you know the rest.”

Launching 2011.  

About British Airways:

British Airways is one of the world’s largest international airlines. Operating one of the most expensive international scheduled airline route networks, together with its code share and franchise partners, the airline flies to more than 300 destinations worldwide. Also, one of the world’s longest established airlines, it has always been regarded as an industry-leader. British Airways flies its customers at convenient times to the best located airports across the world.  

British Airways is one of the world’s leading global premium airlines with it’s principal place of business in London with significant presence at Heathrow, Gatwick and London City. It also operates a worldwide air cargo business, largely in conjunction with scheduled passenger services. The airline operates the majority of its domestic UK, international and intercontinental flights from its home at Terminal 5, Heathrow.

 Whether customers are in the air or on the ground, British Airways takes pride in providing a full service experience.

  Additional information on Face-to-Face is available by visiting the airline’s website, 


Jacquelyn Einaugler for British Airways

Text 100 Public Relations

Email: Jacquelyn.einaugler@text100

Phone: 212.871.3952

  Happiness, $25 and under.


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About The Author

A fierce love of food and twin careers in real estate and fashion taught Rose to look for the hottest item and the hottest deal. Perfect attributes for creating When friends and clients needed a great meal at a great price, she could rattle off restaurant names the way a sports nut ticks off batting averages—but with a lot more home runs. Now it’s all at Cheapeats, where you’ll find “Happiness, $25 and under.”


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