26 September 2013

luvSpoon.com - a brand-new gift marketplace

We are delighted to announce that luvSpoon.com, a new marketplace for bookable gifts, now operates in public beta mode in London.

luvSpoon makes sending a fine restaurant meal as a gift as easy as sending flowers!


24 September 2013

Shall we look for innovative marketing techniques?

"Traditional marketing techniques deliver ever-decreasing results. It's time for a review of how to connect and reach customers" --  Robert Craven.
Full text is available here.

But before looking for something extraordinary, it is worthwhile to review existing opportunities to see if you are taking advantage of it. Gift voucher is a certainly underestimated sales channel within the independent restaurants.

Some people just give an email address for special requests to be sent. Vast majority don't use it at all. This only means they are simply neglecting up to 3% of revenues normally generated by online gift voucher facilities converting the traffic to website into cash.

To help restaurants to explore gift voucher opportunities, we have developed luvspoon.com, a gift voucher aggregation web resource for fine restaurants.

Those who fancy to join and to know more details, please go to the restaurant information resource joinluvspoon.com.

- Igor

5 September 2013

Public tech solutions we enjoy in our daily work

As a small and young company, we have to rely on technological solutions more often than on our own hands. Here is a dozen technology services we can't live without.

3 September 2013

Bookingrid gifts in Mayfair - some more style

We are happy to announce that four more elegant and attractive London restaurants have recently started using our service. Please meet Michelin starred Alyn Willams at the WestburyBrasserie Chavot, Tsukiji Sushi and Polo Bar at The Westbury!

Moreover, Online Gift Vouchers exchangeable for posh dinners at Alyn Willams, stylish meals at Tsukiji Sushi Restaurant and relaxed food from Michelin chef Eric Chavot are available now.

Posted by Sergey