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article thumbnail Monday, 18 February 2019

How Amazon Moments changes the game for loyalty programmes
Review article  by Attila Kecsmar

You might already believe that Amazon runs a loyalty programme. Its Loyalty Prime subscription service achieves retention by offering a basket-full of benefits that are lost if the customer unsubscribes. In this way they are retained. However, on Valentine’s Day, Amazon raised the bar once again, with a cross-platform, self-service loyalty feature called Amazon Moments. Read more ...

 
     

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Experiential loyalty superceding wine clubs

California offerings range from your own barrel to a home dinner
US wineries are re-evaluating their loyalty offering, and moving away from the wine club and its order by the case proposition.

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The Loyalty DebateIndustry experts Chuck Ehredt, CEO, Currency Alliance, Dan Truscott, Head of Business Development, Loyalty at Visa, and Iain Pringle of consultancy New World Loyalty discuss the big questions.

 
     
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article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesFriday, 23 November 2018

Ride sharing companies fight with perks
Growing competition leads to raft of new offerings
Uber rewards power users
Profile of Uber, Lyft, South African minicab programme, Careem battle with Pepsi

Why is it that after decades when cab drivers have treated their passengers with disdain verging on rudeness, do all the cab companies now feel they need a loyalty programme?
Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesWednesday, 17 October 2018

Finding the sweet spot of investing in loyalty
How much is too much?


Article by Christopher Treadwell, Avios Commercial Director

Loyal customers are often your biggest source of income. Indeed, it can cost 16 times more to elevate a new customer to the same level of profitability as a loyal customer.  However, today, businesses are facing ever-more demanding customers. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesMonday, 13 August 2018

Book Review
Blockchain Loyalty - disrupting loyalty and reinventing marketing using cryptocurrencies

I remember the first time someone introduced me to Bitcoin and the concept of the blockchain for keeping data secure. It was some time ago now and it seemed crazy, but I have watched while the world fell in love with the idea, which has developed and matured as any precious and capricious child.

Blockchain is now beginning to grow up into a very impressive adult indeed, even outside of currency. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesWednesday, 20 June 2018

Winners announced from a truly global Loyalty Magazine Awards 2018
People travelled from all over the world to attend the special Gala Awards Evening for The Loyalty Magazine Awards, making it a truly global event.

Attendees arrived from South Africa, New Zealand, Singapore, Canada, the US, India, The United Emirates, Germany, France, Italy, Poland, Russia, The Netherlands, South Africa, Australia, China and many other countries to learn which companies achieved the accolade of being a Loyalty Magazine Awards winner. Read more ...

Features - Reward SchemesFriday, 02 February 2018

What’s on your fans’ sporting bucket list?
How experiences are the ultimate reward for sports fans


Blog by sports rewards company Rewards4 Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesThursday, 05 October 2017

Coming to terms with Canada’s loyalty Tsunami
Aimia and LoyaltyOne battle with changing landscape This is the most profitable period ever for airlines, but it is still true that few airlines make money out of seats. For most, the loyalty programme is the most lucrative division of the business. Which in part explains the tsunami that has hit the Canadian loyalty world in the past year. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesMonday, 26 June 2017

Joining up the dots: Exclusive interview with Colin Evans
Colin Evans, chairman of the Collinson Group, is one of the founding fathers of loyalty and a worthy recipient of The Loyalty Magazine Awards 2017 Personality of the Year Award. He rarely consents to interviews, so don’t miss this exclusive and fascinating Q&A as he looks back on his career and discusses where the industry is headed.
Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesThursday, 15 December 2016

Australia’s Loyalty War
Retailers play chess on a grand scale

A fascinating and brutal strategic war has been playing out in the loyalty industry in Australia over the last 7 years.

Philip Shelper explains how the story is unfolding. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesThursday, 28 January 2016

Ranking the global coalition schemes
There are more than two billion members of coalition loyalty programmes worldwide, but which are the biggest schemes?
We reveal the answers in exclusive rankings and details of the top 30-plus schemes. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesFriday, 21 August 2015

Making a brand top-of-mind
The challenge that faced BP
-
"We're not Starbucks. We're not that cool"
BP has revamped its loyalty programme with the emphasis on top-of-mind awareness. Which is something of a challenge for a fuel company - or any utility for that matter. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesFriday, 23 November 2018

Ride sharing companies fight with perks
Growing competition leads to raft of new offerings
Uber rewards power users
Profile of Uber, Lyft, South African minicab programme, Careem battle with Pepsi

Why is it that after decades when cab drivers have treated their passengers with disdain verging on rudeness, do all the cab companies now feel they need a loyalty programme?
Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesWednesday, 17 October 2018

Finding the sweet spot of investing in loyalty
How much is too much?


Article by Christopher Treadwell, Avios Commercial Director

Loyal customers are often your biggest source of income. Indeed, it can cost 16 times more to elevate a new customer to the same level of profitability as a loyal customer.  However, today, businesses are facing ever-more demanding customers. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesMonday, 13 August 2018

Book Review
Blockchain Loyalty - disrupting loyalty and reinventing marketing using cryptocurrencies

I remember the first time someone introduced me to Bitcoin and the concept of the blockchain for keeping data secure. It was some time ago now and it seemed crazy, but I have watched while the world fell in love with the idea, which has developed and matured as any precious and capricious child.

Blockchain is now beginning to grow up into a very impressive adult indeed, even outside of currency. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesWednesday, 20 June 2018

Winners announced from a truly global Loyalty Magazine Awards 2018
People travelled from all over the world to attend the special Gala Awards Evening for The Loyalty Magazine Awards, making it a truly global event.

Attendees arrived from South Africa, New Zealand, Singapore, Canada, the US, India, The United Emirates, Germany, France, Italy, Poland, Russia, The Netherlands, South Africa, Australia, China and many other countries to learn which companies achieved the accolade of being a Loyalty Magazine Awards winner. Read more ...

Features - Reward SchemesFriday, 02 February 2018

What’s on your fans’ sporting bucket list?
How experiences are the ultimate reward for sports fans


Blog by sports rewards company Rewards4 Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesThursday, 05 October 2017

Coming to terms with Canada’s loyalty Tsunami
Aimia and LoyaltyOne battle with changing landscape This is the most profitable period ever for airlines, but it is still true that few airlines make money out of seats. For most, the loyalty programme is the most lucrative division of the business. Which in part explains the tsunami that has hit the Canadian loyalty world in the past year. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesMonday, 26 June 2017

Joining up the dots: Exclusive interview with Colin Evans
Colin Evans, chairman of the Collinson Group, is one of the founding fathers of loyalty and a worthy recipient of The Loyalty Magazine Awards 2017 Personality of the Year Award. He rarely consents to interviews, so don’t miss this exclusive and fascinating Q&A as he looks back on his career and discusses where the industry is headed.
Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesThursday, 15 December 2016

Australia’s Loyalty War
Retailers play chess on a grand scale

A fascinating and brutal strategic war has been playing out in the loyalty industry in Australia over the last 7 years.

Philip Shelper explains how the story is unfolding. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesThursday, 28 January 2016

Ranking the global coalition schemes
There are more than two billion members of coalition loyalty programmes worldwide, but which are the biggest schemes?
We reveal the answers in exclusive rankings and details of the top 30-plus schemes. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesFriday, 21 August 2015

Making a brand top-of-mind
The challenge that faced BP
-
"We're not Starbucks. We're not that cool"
BP has revamped its loyalty programme with the emphasis on top-of-mind awareness. Which is something of a challenge for a fuel company - or any utility for that matter. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesFriday, 19 December 2014

Case study: Gamification and Loyalty
A gamification project exploring personal data relationships and loyalty behaviours wants to involve and loyalty programme providers in its research.

The project is led by Mudlark, the digital production company who developed the Chromaroma game platform using the London Oyster Card. Read more ...

Features - Reward SchemesMonday, 13 October 2014

Q&A with Gavin Halliday, CEO of Avios

Avios has announced two new partnerships in recent weeks - budget airline Flybe and Rocket Miles. Loyalty Magazine interviewed CEO Gavin Halliday about the Avios strategy and his plans for this digital currency in a mobile world. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesMonday, 28 April 2014

China: A huge but fragmented loyalty market
– Exclusive interview with China Rewards CEO Cindy Wu

– First coalition scheme rolls out with unique model


– Plan to tap into huge merchant databases
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article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesThursday, 05 September 2013

Growing short term trend raises interesting questions
Proven experience from some of the region’s giants

The philosophy behind loyalty schemes has traditionally centred on the need to tie in a customer using the accumulation of reward points in order to ensure continual repeat visits.

Short term loyalty programmes have, like a new kid on the block, thrown this definition out of the window.
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article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesFriday, 30 August 2013

Why the Tesco Clubcard strategy failed in China
Tesco failed to understand the Chinese consumer and how unsuited they are to its so-called secret weapon the Clubcard.

The supermarket should have looked into the cultural differences in China compared to the UK before investing in the world's second biggest economy, argues
University of Warwick Professor of Marking and Innovation Qing Wang. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesFriday, 26 July 2013

Still searching for the next loyalty mousetrap
Winner of The Loyalty Awards Industry Personality Award 2013, Sir Keith Mills has never walked away from an interesting challenge – and he shows no sign of changing this behaviour any time soon. Exclusive interview by Annich McIntosh. Read more ...

article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesTuesday, 30 April 2013

Omid Djalili to compere The Loyalty Awards 2013
Don’t miss the biggest night in the Loyalty calendar


World famous comedian Omid Djalili is on the bill to compere this year’s 2013 Loyalty Awards, making tables a rather sought after commodity.
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Features - Reward SchemesFriday, 16 November 2012

Loyalty points currency exchange to launch
Cluster model claims lower cost of redemption for issuers

A scheme is to be launched early in 2013 that is intended to operate as a world marketplace for loyalty points using a similar method to a currency exchange.
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article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesWednesday, 14 March 2012

Points Breakage - The Bane of Loyalty Programmes
High levels of loyalty point breakage create a vicious circle of ever decreasing value for both the Consumer and the Brand.

New generation loyalty platforms can break this damaging cycle, says Sanjai Velayudhan, loyalty operations strategist at ITC Infotech India.
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article thumbnail Features - Reward SchemesThursday, 21 July 2011

Payback drives India ambitions
Analysis of Indian loyalty sector
Payback aims to double its presence in highly competitive loyalty market through deal with country's biggest retailer Read more ...

 
     
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