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25% higher spend among digital collectors
25% higher spend among digital collectors

Pionering a new approach. Lowes Foods breaks away from the couponing culture by offering a better digital shopping experience. The retailer collaborated with BrandLoyalty to launch the first digital loyalty programme in the USA: Lowes Foods Kitchen Kaboodle.

Increasing member value through consecutive programs
Increasing member value through consecutive programs

In spring 2019, Alfamart launched its fifth short-term loyalty campaign with RoyalVKB's newly developed Smart Kitchen range. This campaign drove digital redemption further up to 86% and increased the average member spend to over 20%.

A game-like progression to turn shoppers into fans​
A game-like progression to turn shoppers into fans​

In 2019, for the first time, Hema involved a third party in its app development by letting BrandLoyalty introduce digital collecting into its app. By offering a game-like progression and a mini-loyalty program, Hema encouraged its shoppers to discover all it has to offer.

Owning the Star Wars brand in France
Owning the Star Wars brand in France

For years, the hyper-competitive grocery retail landscape in France has been dominated by a leadership race between the E.Leclerc Group and Carrefour Group. At the time we pitched our first Star Wars programme in 2015, E.Leclerc was looking for ways to connect more to new generations and boost its image to become the biggest retailer in France. 

StorePal: your loyal companion for in-store execution

Bringing store checks into the digital age.

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The development of digital 
The development of digital 

The latest in retail and loyalty, February 2020

The ultimate guide for your digital store
The ultimate guide for your digital store

As shoppers now, more than ever, are leaning towards e-commerce, the entry of your digital store is highly important. We've analyzed the digital entries of supermarkets worldwide and would like to share our findings with you.

The future of family time is both traditional and digital
The future of family time is both traditional and digital

A year after COVID-19 emerged, families’ daily lives look completely different. Parents are juggling a variety of responsibilities – they are caretakers, teachers, and entertainers whilst also pursuing their professional careers. Clearly, the pandemic has caused ‘family time’ to gain a new dimension. 

4 ways empathy will drive the digital shopper journey
4 ways empathy will drive the digital shopper journey

Once shopper journeys are digitalised, all empathy disappears. Ask yourself this: Have you put yourself in the shoes of your shoppers during the design process of your digital shopper journey?