Retain24s subsidiariesPresend has previously delivered the gift card system to Olav Thon Group’s Swedish shopping centres Nordby and Töcksfors. This partnership has now been extended to include all the shopping centres belonging to the Olav Thon Group in Sweden.
Siri Vaagland, responsible for gift cards at Olav Thon Group explains, “We chose Presend as our long term partner for gift cards because they were the supplier that in comparison between price, system, quality and visions, stood out as the best option.”
The Olav Thon group wanted a gift card concept that would work in all the stores across all of their shopping centres, and also in their hotels. They were looking for a dynamic and reliable system that would satisfy their requirements. The solution was to use Presend’s simple, flexible and progressive system they had previous experience with.
“We look forward to working closely with the Olav Thon Group in developing their gift card brands. Gift cards are powerful tools for driving traffic when executed correctly, and Olav Thon group has great ambitions for the Swedish market.” says Jon Sederqvist Østmoe, CEO at PRESEND Nordic.
About Olav Thon Group:
Olav Thon Group operates in several sectors, primarily real estate development and hotel management. In 2013, the Group achieved a turnover of 8.3 billion NOK and employs 3,200 FTEs. The Group is owned by Olav Thon Stiftelsen. The publically listed company Olav Thon Eiendomsselskap ASA is part of the Group’s real estate operations. For more information, seewww.olavthon.no and www.olt.no.
About Presend Nordic
Presend Nordic AB offers smart, secure and flexible Visa/MasterCard prepaid solutions.
Use Presends solution for gift cards, dividends, claims, bonuses, discounts, promotions or other purpose of your choice. Presends cards can be redeemed at any merchant that accepts Visa/MasterCard payments, or restricted to locations of your choice. You choose where and how your card can be used.
Presend Nordic AB is a subsidiary of Retain24 Sverige AB, the leading gift card processor in the Nordic region.