Loyalty app provider loyalBe has officially introduced its business operations in Dublin, by launching its unique rewards platform for small businesses operating in Ireland, after forming key partnerships with payments giant Visa (NYSE: V) and Champion Green.
loyalBe offers local companies or businesses with an intuitive and data-driven loyalty platform, which allows SMBs to attract and retain clients via special rewards and automatic push notification campaigns. This helps with increasing customer loyalty and also improves engagement.
The loyalBe platform also assists companies with gaining a better understanding of their clients, enabling them to view their top clients and important demographic insights. By using bank-linking tech, clients are able to automatically earn rewards with their preferred retailers, which can be done by simply by paying with their debit cards. This technology aims to eliminate the requirement for any Point-of-Sale (POS) integrations or keeping equipment in-store, thus enabling a fast and straightforward set-up process.
As part of this latest launch, loyalBe has reportedly welcomed several Dublin-headquartered firms onto their platform, which includes Sprout & Co Kitchen, Chimac, Bao Bun, Shaka Poké, PAIR Mobile, IT Star and Three Twenty Ice Cream Lab.
Cormac Quinn, CEO and Founder at loyalBe, stated:
“We are delighted to introduce loyalBe in Dublin, with many fantastic local businesses live on the app. In partnership with Visa and Champion Green, we are able to offer Dublin-based businesses an exclusive offer to join the platform at €10 per month for their first 3 months of sign-up. This gives local businesses the chance to compete with the larger brands and attract footfall with powerful, data-driven insights and tailored promotions for their top customers.”
Sinead Gargan, Store Manager at Kilkenny Design Centre and a representative of Champion Green, remarked:
“The loyalBe app provides a fantastic way to get to know your customer and give something back to those who support our business on a regular basis. The app was so easy to set up, taking just 15 minutes and there is no time-consuming management of it going forward.”