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Getting Your Store Ready for Re-Opening

In News by Jack Bradley

The time is nearly upon us. More and more stores are re-opening here in the UK. Many non-essential businesses re-opened their doors on 15th June and many will be doing so too on the 4th July. As the United Kingdom attempts to rehabilitate the country’s economy, following the Coronavirus outbreak that led to a global pandemic, many business owners have …

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How GottaBe! Adapted To Survive The COVID-19 Pandemic

In News by Jack Bradley

Here at GottaBe! We like a challenge. One challenge we certainly didn’t anticipate was the COVID-19 pandemic that swept across the world. That one caught us off guard for sure. Like everybody we made sure to batten down the hatches and brace for what was coming. Unfortunately for many businesses, despite preparing, the loss of profit has hit too hard …

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Join Our Team: Retail Space & Brand Merchandise Assistant’

In News by Jack Bradley

Join Our Team: Retail Space & Brand Merchandise Assistant GottaBe! is an award winning, independent marketing agency specialising in field, experiential and ethnic marketing. We’re a creative team who are able to deliver fun and exciting campaigns that get people talking – in fact, we’ve been creating them for over 10 years now and our Client’s portfolio includes likes of …

Stand out from the crowd – invest in interactive POS

In News by Sam Lovell

  In a world where technology is ever growing, it is important for small and medium-sized enterprises, to keep their marketing ideas fresh and updated to avoid missing out as free standing display units aren’t cutting it anymore.   Point of Sale is a concept that we’re all familiar with for communicating promotions: stickers, posters, tent cards, ceiling hangers, and …

‘Try before you buy’ – why brands should use product demonstration?

In News by Sam Lovell

‘Try before you buy’, is a phrase once made famous by popular daytime TV show To Buy or Not to Buy, where prospected home buyers were given the opportunity to try out a property before buying. Whilst this is very uncommon in the property world, ‘try before you buy’ is ever present in the consumer market, with product demonstrations vitally …