On Friday March 23rd, six brave numero employees took to the streets of Stockport to run a mile in aid of Sport Relief. Spurred on by that Friday feeling, Ann Brooks, Simon Cohen, Jenny Cordingley, Paul Mellor, Scott Rimmer and Steve Roche all dashed around the course in the hopes of raising lots of money [...]Read more
As reported last week, Simon Khan, the European Tour golfer sponsored by numero, was pressing for a top 30 place in the Open de Andalucía Costa del Sol. Over the weekend, the team at numero were on the edge of our seats as Simon competed for a top 15 finish in the tournament, shooting 70, [...]
Simon Khan, the European Tour Golfer proudly sponsored by numero, is currently putting in a solid performance in the Open de Andalucía Costa del Sol. Having completed the first round 70 in the prestigious Spanish tournament, Simon is out on the course and pressing for a top 30 place. The 2010 PGA Champion is hoping [...]
21 per cent of 18 to 24-year-olds prefer to buy products via the mobile phone according to a survey from Opinion Matters. The mCommerce survey, which interviewed 2,000 mobile users, also discovered that 10 per cent of respondents would like companies to send them promotions and marketing information via their smartphone. Furthermore, the study revealed [...]
American retailer Neiman Marcus is trialling an iPhone app which promises to revolutionise the in-store shopping experience for both customer and businesses. Imagine: A customer walks into a store. In-store sensors, installed at the front of the shop, ‘recognises’ the customer from an app on their smartphone and alerts staff, bringing up a purchase history [...]
Apple are expected to reveal the iPad 3 today, the latest version of their ground-breaking tablet computer. The announcement, which takes place around 6pm GMT, will see Apple announce the features and the release date for the third incarnation of their tablet offering, originally released in April 2010. Since the launch of the first iPad, [...]
Back in 2002, I was inconvenienced by a call from my bank manager in response to an email request I’d made. I often rue this fateful email that changed my life. In the last decade I have invested millions of my own cash to develop applications and solutions that deliver outstanding service to grumpy and intolerant old men like me but also the many other customer types there are in the world. My big question today, is why businesses still believe there are barriers to delivering outstanding customer service when technology, cost or business priorities can no longer be considered true obstacles.