Maybe* in the press: Businesses in towns across the UK sign up to Maybe*

It's been a busy first few months of 2022 at Maybe* HQ. We're delighted to have many more businesses from towns, BIDs and Local Authorities join us, and to see the news spreading in the local press.

Recent coverage of Maybe* in the press comes from in Kent Online, Cumbria Crack, In your Area, the Shropshire Star, The Business Desk: West Midlands, and East Midlands Business Link. Read on to see how Maybe* is supporting businesses across the UK.

Maybe* launches in Gravesham

A social media programme to attract shoppers back to the High Street and help businesses bounce back from the pandemic has been launched in a part of Kent. collaboration with Gravesham Council writes Kent Online.

" It aims to help businesses in Gravesend and Northfleet recover from the impact of the pandemic, by giving them the support they need to reach more customers and make more sales."

Cumbrian Crack highlights Maybe* data

Cumbria Crack shines a light on the use of social media by Cumbria's businesses using Maybe* data.

"Cumbria’s high street businesses post more than 14,000 times a day on social media, new research has found. The analysis of online activity during the second half of 2021 was carried out by social media specialists Maybe Tech. It said it meant the county was in fourth place in a top 10 of the country, following Surry, Manchester and London."

Business Desk: West Midlands and the Shropshire Star celebrate Maybe*

Business Desk: West Midlands and the Shropshire Star shine the spotlight on new Maybe* partners.

Three more local authorities have signed up for a scheme that develops retailers social media.

"Shropshire-based tech SME Maybe* has secured contracts with Sheffield City Council, West Lindsey District Council in Lincolnshire and St Helens Borough Council for its Local Rewards programme which features more than 30,000 businesses.

This allows businesses to communicate with and reward shoppers on the high street as shoppers can see businesses near them and engage with its social media content. They then have the opportunity to win back what they have spent with weekly competitions.

With the intention of ‘levelling the playing field’ between local stores and big chains, the scheme is to ensure local retailers can reach more customers and make more sales."

East Midlands Business Link touts launch of Maybe* in Ilkeston and Long Eaton

East Midlands Business Link announces our new partnership with Erewash Borough Council.

"A new programme to attract shoppers back to the High Street by harnessing digital technology has been launched in Long Eaton and Ilkeston.

Run in collaboration between Erewash Borough Council and social media specialists, Maybe* Tech – the partnership will kick-off with a digital health audit of businesses in Long Eaton and Ilkeston, to understand the digital skills gap in the region. One of the objectives of the programme is to help to bridge the gap between businesses, while engaging local consumers and encouraging them to shop locally".

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