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2 days 12 hours ago #121955 by RonS
RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
flynn, yes they will be hiring more sales reps.

Will let people I know when, I have several asking about it.

Right now we have to catch up on sales leads and beef up the infrastructure to handle higher volumes

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2 days 12 hours ago #121954 by RonS
RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Alex, some very good info, a big advantage of Heelo is the caveat 'the stores app must be open to receive notifications.'

Who is going to want 10 or 20 apps on their phone for the stores they shop at?

Heelo, one app can cover them all. Perhaps Heelo is only in 10 or 20 different stores now, but no matter what the number - as it increases, users will only need to open one app, Heelo.

Eventually these stores will have to adopt Heelo, because the majority of shoppers/users, will be using Heelo and their app will fall by the way side.

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2 days 16 hours ago #121951 by flynn
flynn replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Does Heelo have plans to hire more outside sales?
Right now I'm rep for a Plastics Wholesaler from Mississauga - Niagara

Reach out if you need a Hunter.

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2 days 16 hours ago #121950 by alexgreat
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Some beacon ideas here. blog.hubspot.com/marketing/beacon-technology

Beacon technology, first introduced by Apple in 2013, are small Bluetooth devices that can send alerts to smartphones based on location proximity. The one caveat -- the store's app must be open on a customer's smartphone to receive the store's beacon alerts. Beacon technology can be used to send discounts, promotions, upcoming events, or other reminders to customers when they're in-store.

1. Track customers in-store movement.
Beacon technology is an incredibly effective way to create a cohesive online and in-store experience. By tracking a customer's in-store movement, you're able to deliver targeted information and discounts depending on which products she's perusing. This can lead to higher conversion rates -- for instance, a customer is more likely to use a discount for purses when she's in the bag section than when she's checking out the workout apparel.

Macy's has been using beacons nationwide since 2014. When a customer opens the Macy's app in-store, the app recognizes which area of the store the customer is in. If the customer is in the makeup area, the app will remind the customer of makeup brands she already liked online. This targeted information can help persuade the customer to make a purchase.

2. Help customers find their way around the store.
Oftentimes, large department stores can be overwhelming. After a while of aimless searching, you might hear a customer say, "I can't find what I'm looking for. Forget it, let's just leave." Fortunately, beacon technology can help combat this problem by offering an indoor mapping experience that makes it easier for customers to find items on their shopping list.

For instance, Target uses beacon technology to create a "GPS for your shopping cart". Essentially, in-store customers are able to use Target's app to create shopping lists, and then see where items are located in-store as well as their own proximity to those products. As they move, their location changes in real-time, showing them whether they're getting farther or closer to their desired item.

3. Send sports fans targeted discounts on food and jerseys.
Picture this -- you're sitting in your seat at a baseball game, and a hot dog vendor walks by. As he does, your phone pings and tells you 30% off hot dogs. You're so excited about the deal, you order one.

Later, your phone pings again to tell you the jerseys in the merchandise shop are half-off. You weren't planning on getting one, but 50% off is too good to pass up, so you run to the shop to grab one in your size.

Brick-and-mortar stores aren't the only businesses that can benefit from beacon technology. MLB currently uses beacon technology at various stadiums to alert baseball fans of discounts on stadium food and apparel, and even team information and video highlights. Ultimately, beacon technology is capable of incentivizing customers to make purchases or visit shops they otherwise would've passed by.

4. Alert in-store customers of discounts and coupons.
61% of U.S. shoppers who have never tried in-store tracking before say that receiving discounts and coupons from a retailer would drive them to opt in -- so if you want to implement beacon technology for the first time in your store, you might consider sending discounts and coupons to start.

Walgreens, for instance, sends mobile coupons and promotions at its Duane Reade locations. Additionally, they use beacons to alert passerby's of offers to draw people into their stores.

If you imagine beacon technology as the modern day advertisement, it makes sense to enable your beacon technology to reach people outside of your store, rather than just in-store.

5. Attract customers to in-store events.
During the holiday season, retailers need to work harder than ever to stand out from competitors. Typically, retail locations might plan in-store events like free makeup tutorials, or a free gift-wrapping presentation.

Neiman Marcus is one example of a retailer using beacon technology to alert shoppers of their in-store events.

Ginger Reeder, VP of Corporate Communications at Neiman Marcus Group, said, "Rather than having to go to your home computer to see what events are happening in-store, this is a way to notify the customer of the event while they are shopping."

Customers are more likely to stop at your store's event if they're already nearby, so consider implementing beacon technology to alert nearby shoppers.

6. Improve in-store conversion rates.
Finnish chain K-supermarket installed beacons across 55 locations to allow shoppers to create digital shopping lists, view recipes, and receive smart advertisements and promotions. K-supermarket found 25% of their shoppers who viewed a targeted message purchased the advertised product.

Sending smart advertisements to customers in-store is an innovative way to improve conversion rates. Plus, the data you can collect using beacon technology is invaluable when targeting your ads. For instance, perhaps your customer puts "cereal" on her digital shopping list. When she's in the aisle, your app might notify her, "Do you also need milk?" This type of targeted messaging is helpful and will likely lead to higher conversion rates than typical in-store ads.

7. Use beacons as a loyalty program.
A survey from Retail Dive found that roughly two-thirds of shoppers under age 35 research products on their smartphones while in a store. If your brand primarily targets a younger demographic, it's a missed opportunity to avoid implementing beacon technology.

Your beacon technology can do more than deliver promotions and discounts. Urban Outfitters, for instance, uses their technology to create a mobile-first loyalty program.

When a shopper enters an Urban Outfitters, they're encouraged to unlock an offer by checking-in on social media. In the dressing rooms, shoppers are shown user-generated content about products. Shoppers are also encouraged to take selfies with a #UOonYou hashtag, with the potential to be featured on Urban's site.

By using beacon technology in combination with social media, Urban is able to engage with customers online, even when they're in-store. Ultimately, their strategy enables Urban to use real customers as authentic brand ambassadors, while making a customer's shopping experience a better one -- a win, wi

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2 days 17 hours ago #121949 by RonS
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Hoss, it is already going viral. There will be more high traffic locations announced. The other aspect is deals with multiple locations will also drive adoption.

I have to shake my head several times every week as new potential clients come up with ways to use Heelo that we have not even thought of. Another huge one came up today.

As I have mentioned before Heelo's diverse field of use sets it miles apart from anything out there. I just can't see things like Uber and Grubhub as a big deal anymore, even though the market says so

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2 days 17 hours ago - 2 days 17 hours ago #121948 by RonS
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Here is a pic with Roy and Green Press owner.
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2 days 17 hours ago #121947 by Hoss
Hoss replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Agree these high traffic areas are great starting points for Heelo, will speed up the adaption rate. Sent my $$ in and maybe see if I can add to it.

I can see this going viral, i think is what the kids call it

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3 days 8 hours ago #121943 by Gambler
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Green Press signs 1 year contract for Heelo

The significance about this is location, location location. Green Press has 8 locations in Toronto area and Heelo is installing next week at the location in the concourse at Bloor and Yonge street. This has the busiest foot traffic in all of Canada. Downtown Mobile strategy estimates about 70,000 people on foot per day through this intersection. This will be great exposure for Heelo.

Green Press is a family owned and operated organic cold pressed juice company. It was founded by a Registered Holistic Nutritionist who has a passion for helping people live a healthier lifestyle by promoting healthy eating and an active lifestyle. All of our juices and juice cleanses are designed by a Registered Holistic Nutritionist. Our company is continuously growing to meet the needs of our customers. Green Press now offers other products to compliment the juice like smoothies, soups, salads, hot drinks, breakfast jars, kombucha and healthy snacks. Green Press has also started a delivery service and is also very green conscience. greenpress.ca/

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3 days 15 hours ago #121935 by Gambler
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Ron, good to see interest here, send me an email if ok to post news out today on the new location

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3 days 18 hours ago #121931 by RonS
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I got a lot of emails about the forum, so I put it back to public mode to give people a chance to create login IDs

Click on login or login form on left, then click 'create an account'

Fill out info and you will then receive a confirmation email, click on that link to verify your account, thats it.

When you login you can see the forum if it is private or public

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1 week 18 hours ago #121913 by RonS
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I am going to switch the forum here over to private mode. You will have to log in to view. I think it is prudent to have less out in the public domain while the company is in talks for significant sales contracts
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1 week 1 day ago #121911 by RonS
RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
DJ, tough call on these larger shops for timing. You have to go through several meetings and presentations, then when a deal is struck, the lawyers have to go back and forth, probably longer to decide which 't' to cross.

All I can say is that many are in process

Hoping to announce one this weekend or next week some time, but I thought that last week. It will happen!!!!!!

On Pot, yes looking at the charts. I don't think a lot of rally left, might suggest selling a couple more next weeK

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