Your high street is more than just shops, it is your community hub, with pubs, takeaways, restaurants, gyms, cinemas, theatres, and much more. We believe that if local people are given more reasons to visit their high street, then it is more likely that it will prosper. Offigo has been built to help your high street and community thrive. Helping connect your local businesses, your town, and local people together, digitally.
Offigo collectively brings all these businesses together for each town. Imagine all your local high street businesses together in one place digitally, promoting where to eat, drink, shop, and have fun in your area. Sharing their latest offers and what’s new near you, so everyone can see all the fabulous choices available on a daily basis. As more businesses join up, then more choices will be promoted for you to access on your digital device. The good news is this can soon be available to your town too.
How local people can help their high street thrive!
When we do launch in your area, you can create a visit list and add your favourite places and offers. Influence others to visit the places you love by taking a photo of your new trendy top, drinking a cheeky cocktail, or that mouth-watering meal you ordered in a restaurant. Then visit their business page and post a high street story and share the post on social media. This will help your favourite places get more customers and giving new businesses the chance to be discovered.
Help create a buzz in your local community by supporting your high street. This will encourage new businesses to open in the empty shops and give you exciting new places to visit locally.
How you can get involved!
Launch offigo in your area sooner, by sharing this post with your favourite local businesses on social media. (They can sign up for free). Once 50 high street businesses in your area sign up, we launch, it’s that simple. Businesses are supported with all the tools required to start their local campaign.
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