Cross-Border Gifting on the Rise with Digital Gift Card in the UAE
InComm Payments to Become Exclusive U.K. Distributor of Pandora Corporate Gift Cards
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Toronto’s CarltonOne introduces technology enabling any company to launch an Apple® Rewards Store within their own loyalty, recognition, incentive or rewards program across 58 countries.
Miconex Press Release: Mums join together for national campaign urging support for local this Mother’s Day
With Mother’s Day coming up on the 19th March, a new campaign features mums talking about the importance of shop local and how they would spend a local gift card for their town or city
BitCard® has announced a new relationship with Blackhawk Network (BHN), one of the world's leaders in branded payment technology. Through this groundbreaking commercial relationship, BitCard® will offer its Bitcoin Gift Card at select U.S. retailers in BHN's vast network of retailers and B2B channels.
The Healthy Minds Club Lounge gives members access to the right Experts, Products and Services which empower positive mental, physical & financial wellbeing. By choosing key priorities members will create their own personalised experience according to their needs.
Brands who offer customer incentives can cut cost of acquisition and retention in the year ahead UK consumers say that incentives will be key to securing their loyalty and custom through the cost-of-living crisis, according to new research from Edenred.
We are experiencing an unprecedented time of change. Economic pressures and intentional crisis across Europe have all contributed to tough times for many businesses and consumers in the UK. As a result of having less, customers are more likely to shop around, more likely switch their spend to competitors and can ultimately no longer afford to be as loyal as they once were. Competition continues to intensify as a result, at the worst time for many businesses. Giving people a reason to choose you and making them feel engaged and rewarded for doing so, has never been more important.
A quarter (25%) of consumers concerned about cost-of-living pressure are turning to gift cards to help control spending October 19th, 2022 - London - Despite governments across Europe implementing measures to mitigate the cost-of-living crisis, consumers are still facing ongoing challenges. For many, this means redirecting limited disposable income into everyday living costs and turning to gift cards as a means of budgeting. When it comes to current macroeconomic pressures, new research finds the number one concern across Europe is food prices, followed closely by inflation. Additionally, an overwhelming 50% of those surveyed were concerned by fuel and utilities costs.