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Local Rewards make more headlines across the UK

Warwickshire towns and Brentwood are the latest areas of the UK to join Maybe* and encourage its business to drive recovery through the Local Rewards scheme.

Local Rewards High Street Guides are being adopted by businesses and up and down the country, with Warwickshire and Brentwood joining the likes of Kent, Cotswold District Council, Torbay, and Bristol City Council.

Recent coverage in the Leamington Spa and Warwick Courier, Rugby Advertiser, Leamington, Rugby and Stratford Observer, Coventry Telegraph and Brentwood's Yellow Advertiser join the every growing list of press pack praise for Maybe*.

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The Leamington Spa Courier writes

"A new programme to attract shoppers back to high streets across Warwickshire by harnessing digital technology has been launched.

The initiative, Local Rewards, a collaboration between Warwickshire County Council and social media specialists, Maybe* Tech - aims to help businesses across the county recover from the impact of Covid-19 by giving them the support they need to reach more customers and make more sales.

Local Rewards allows businesses to communicate with, and reward shoppers when they hit the high streets and has been created with the intention of ‘levelling the playing field’ between local retailers and giants like Amazon".

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Local Rewards featured in Rugby Advertiser

Rugby Advertiser says

"Local Rewards (is), a collaboration between Warwickshire County Council and social media specialists, Maybe* Tech - aims to help businesses across the county recover from the impact of Covid-19 by giving them the support they need to reach more customers and make more sales."

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Local Rewards featured in the Coventry Telegraph

The Coventry Telegraph writes

"Local Rewards (is), a collaboration between Warwickshire County Council and social media specialists, Maybe* Tech - aims to help businesses across the county recover from the impact of Covid-19 by giving them the support they need to reach more customers and make more sales. Businesses can also cross-promote and support their High Street neighbours to create an online network of connected traders. Data shows that across Warwickshire, only around 25% of High Street businesses use social media".

More Warwickshire press for Local Rewards

The Leamington, Rugby and Stratford Observer say

"A NEW digital programme aims to give Warwickshire’s high streets a boost.

​The scheme, called Local Rewards, is a collaboration between Warwickshire County Council and social media specialists, Maybe* Tech. The new technology enables shoppers to see businesses near them, view and engage with their social media content and shop with them via Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp".

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Yellow Advertiser reports

A new virtual Local Rewards High Street Guide launches in Brentwood this weekend offering shoppers special offers from local businesses that will earn loyalty points.

Brentwood Borough Council is the first borough in the county to run the virtual Local Rewards High Street Guide which starts on Saturday July 17 in conjunction with the Safari Trail.

Residents can scan a special QR code at each of the giant animal figures which allows them to collect free Local Rewards. These reward points can then be used to claim special offers, giveaways, discounts and free gifts in participating shops.

Every high street business in Brentwood, Shenfield and Ingatestone is invited to sign up and manage their High Street Guide listing and add their Local Rewards for shoppers. The Local Rewards High Street Guides have been created by Maybe*, a social media management platform that helps businesses use social media to sell.

CEO of Maybe*, the tech company that has developed the High Street Guides, Polly Barnfield OBE said; “Our research revealed that 66 per cent of shoppers look online for inspiration. The High Street Guides encourage people to browse their local high street and be rewarded for their local spend.

“Our aim is to enable shoppers to have a better shopping experience, discover businesses that may not have known before and provide businesses with the tools to reward for their High Street spend.

“We are delighted that Brentwood has taken the innovative step to support businesses in this way by being the first area in Essex to offer the scheme.”

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