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How Brick-and-Mortar Businesses Can Survive Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Given that so many customers are either unable or unwilling to physically step through shop doors at the moment, how can independent businesses ensure that customers continue to shop with them and make purchases?
How to Keep Customers Through the Coronavirus Outbreak
In today’s digital world, there are plenty of innovative ways to stay connected to your customers throughout this difficult time. If you’re willing to adapt your usual business processes, you can continue to cater for the adjusted needs of your customers.
Flok Shutting Down: Looking for a Replacement App for Flok?
**Special Offer for Flok Customers!** Are you looking for a replacement for the Flok loyalty app? We have recently received confirmation that Flok will be shutting down from 1st March 2020, which is leaving thousands of merchants who use the platform to operate their loyalty program in need of an alternative solution. Source: copy of→
Is Flok Closing Down or Being Discontinued?
Update: We have recently had confirmation that flok will be shutting down. Read our latest article here. Looking for alternatives or a replacement for Flok? There has been recent speculation around whether the Flok loyalty app is shutting down. Recently, we have been approached by several Flok clients stating that they have been informed (by→
Target is Launching a New Loyalty Program Next Month
Retail giant Target has announced an all-new loyalty program called Target Circle, rolling out nationwide on October 6 2019. Target Circle members will enjoy a 1% return on every purchase, personalised offers based on their shopping preferences, early access to exclusive sales and zero membership fees. Free, 7-day Customer Loyalty Email Course Learn how to→
Why is 7-Eleven Giving Away Free Coffee?
It’s no secret Australians love their coffee. On average, they consume an average of nearly 2kg of ground coffee each per year, and the Australian coffee market exceeded $2 billion in 2017 alone. Of the 1 billion disposable coffee cups that Australians use every year, approximately 92% of them end up in landfills because these→