Exclusive for Chamber/EEP Members from nearbyvouchers.com
22 Nov 2010
Did you know that offering discount vouchers to the public is a fantastic way to generate new custom for your business? Once a niche phenomenon, vouchers are now a big business and play a key role in marketing strategies.
The demand for discount vouchers continues to increase and it’s no wonder in this tough economic climate. Cash-strapped Brits are seeking money-off vouchers in their millions; retailers, newspapers, restaurants and marketing companies are all teaming up to offer attention grabbing deals. There are no signs that voucher demand is going to stop and commercial chains have great accessibility to distribute vouchers online in there masses. This discount voucher phenomenon in general, is now a specific kind of discounting and despite the recession, people who might not necessarily go to a business or a restaurant as such, will go to take advantage of a deal.
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10 Feb 2016
92% of employers say pensions attract and motivate staff
Some 92% of employers believe that workplace pensions attract, retain and motivate workers, according to research by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and Mercer.
The report, A view from the top: CBI/Mercer pensions survey 2015, which surveyed 166 organisations, also found that 96% of respondents believe that there is a strong business case for providing a workplace pension.