It’s 2018, and the retail sector is more than just bricks and mortar. In the past number of years Cork City Centre retailers have been challenged by the increasing popularity of online shopping. To help unite traditional high street shopping and e-commerce there have been a number of new apps and technologies created. Cork Chamber and Republic Of Work are co-hosting an event to launch 3 of the most innovative and diverse, we welcome you to join us to hear more about what they do and how they can help retailers join the future of selling via an online platform.
Bamboo Bamboo is changing the way people interact with local restaurants and cafes. Through their mobile app, they relieve friction plus the customers need to wait, giving users instant access to lunch and coffee at the touch of a button. Started in 2017 by graduates Luke Mackey and Alan Haverty, they've grown to over 70+ restaurants and cafés in Dublin and are launching in Cork city this month.
Pointy Established two years ago, Dublin based Pointy aims to make it effortless for bricks and mortar retailers to list their products online, but sell in-store. People search online for where they can find products near them. Thats where Pointy comes in. It does this by connecting a small device to a shop's existing point of sale, which then automatically puts a product's details online as it is scanned. Having been featured by media outlets like Forbes, BBC and RTÉ, to date Pointy has been adopted by over 3,000 retailers.
Shopless Shopless is an elegantly simple solution to your most pressing daily chores — an easy to use, flexible and smart online community Personal Shopper and Delivery App. We offer same day delivery, from your favourite shops, straight to your door. Using artificial intelligence and insights, we provide you with shopping recommendations, special offers and events. Create your #1list for a simple and efficient checkout.