In-Store Promotions

Bridging The Gap. Closing The Loop.

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Secure digital vouchers

A single payments solution with a limitless range of applications.

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Unmatched versatility

Distribution using mobile phone, email, direct mail, payment cards and all contactless methods.

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Total UK coverage

Our vouchers can be used at over 60,000 participating retailers, covering 99.1% of the UK population.

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Market leader

Nearly 300 successful campaigns delivered since 2003.

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Positive feedback

Over 97% of consumers very satisfied with our service.

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Real-time reporting

Instant feedback on the success of your campaign, down to where and when each voucher is used.

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Letters To The Editor

Financial Times

Both the Mobile Marketing Association and the Advertising Standards Authority have announced guidelines in the past six months, yet there is little, if any, change in the problem of unsolicited text messages. Guidelines are all well and good, but there is little evidence they prove effective authority.

The major participants in the mobile industry need to respond quickly to safeguard consumer privacy and avoid the costs of heavier regulation, before mobile phone spam mirrors the problems already found on the net.

There is already evidence to suggest that consumers are starting to ignore mobile marketing as they can’t separate the wheat from the chaff. The benefits of SMS marketing will be lost to network operators, advertisers and consumers if mobile spam is not stopped now.

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