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A pioneering new loyalty app is leading the revolution against costly customer retention programs, complex technology, and wallet-bound loyalty cards, giving business owners the opportunity to use easy online software to drive sales and engage customers like never before.
The Galway Races will see the city turn into a sea of hats, heels and horse-racing fans. To celebrate the 2016 summer racing festival we are delighted to give race-goers a €5 Skeff Rewards gift card*.
Pallas Foods, Ireland’s leading foodservice provider, today launched Relish Rewards (www.relishrewards.ie), a new online customer loyalty programme that adds an exciting new dimension for trade customers when ordering with Pallas Foods.
Electric Ireland has launched its first loyalty programme, Powering Rewards. This is a special rewards programme for some one million Electric Ireland residential gas and electricity customers, which is designed to provide a choice of special rewards and treats.
Pat Joyce believes that when shops offer bargains, shoppers should not have to wait six months to get the benefit. When asked at a conference last year why his store did not give customers loyalty cards, he replied by saying that while other stores offer you money back six months down the line, customers in his stores were getting the benefit of the savings straight away.
Born Clothing launched its new Young Fashions Boutique downstairs in their Newtownsmith store last Thursday.
Pamela Scott customers can now stretch their fashion budget even further by signing up to Pamela Scott’s brand new loyalty card scheme. Pamela Scott have won awards for their customer service in the past and the loyalty card is an extension of that service.
La Maison Chic has launched its loyalty club, offering customers 10 per cent back every time they purchase something in store.
To help cut down on large spends on home heating oil, Corrib Oil is happy to announce the introduction of its new Smart Save plan.
Two fourth year students from St Kieran’s College have come up with a new business enterprise to help Kilkenny students save their euros in local shops.