Lidl started up as a traditional store within the United Kingdom in 1994 and soon may move into online delivery services.
The budget supermarket giant is set to launch an online delivery service, the retailer has revealed.
Lidl has grown to 22,000 employees, 760 branches and 13 distribution centres in England, Scotland and Wales since it launched in the 1990s.
But a key issue among its fanbase, which is rapidly increasing, is the lack of being able to place new orders online.
The German supermarket could be set to change this though, as it looks to hire a new "digital project manager."
The job advert reads: "We are a large, fast growing retailer with a highly differentiated approach within the UK market. Based in south-west London, this is a new role within a small, but growing team, so this is a great opportunity for the successful candidate to develop themselves within the business. You will be instrumental in helping to deliver a new online platform with the aim of acquiring new customers and driving online sales.
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