ValueQard digitizes gift cards.
onsdag 12 juli 2016
Gift cards have for quite some time been a popular way to woo someone on special occasions. The Wellstreet-backed start-up company ValueQard, has chosen Retain24 as a partner for gift cards, and now they plan to revolutionize the market by making it easier to buy and give away gift cards digitally.
ValueQard has entered a partnership with the Swedish company Mikz that is behind apps like Zlatan Unplugged. Meanwhile, an exclusive partnership has been initiated with United Influencers, the largest social media company in Scandinavia, with some of Sweden's most influential social media profiles such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Blondinbella, Mikael Persbrandt etc.
-With ValueQard it will be quicker and easier than ever to buy and give away gift cards. We have a lot of exciting news that we look forward to presenting this fall, says Johan Börjesson, Managing Director of ValueQard.
Retain24 Sverige AB is the leading Nordic gift card processor, and at launch this fall, all connected chains will have the opportunity to sell their gift cards through ValueQard. In addition to a mobile-friendly website, ValueQard will also be available as an app for both iOS and Android devices.
-ValueQards solution is modern and utilizes the power of social media in a new and very interesting way. Their platform is full with opportunities, to offer Retain24’s customers an additional channel to increase traffic to their stores in an exciting way, said Claudio Simatovic, CEO of Retain24.
Johan Börjesson, Managing Director ValueQard, email@example.com, + 46 70 002 90 87
ValueQard is a Swedish startup company included in Wellstreet's "The Lab". The company develops, manages and markets services including gift cards.
Mikz is the service for the next generation of mobile marketing. With Mikz, the customer chooses which brands, businesses and organizations they want to receive updates and offers from. For marketers, Mikz offers to be an effective solution to reach consumers and create engagement directly in their mobile phones.