To celebrate the reopening of the high street from June the 15th, we are supporting all local shops, pubs, restaurants, etc. to help them tell customers they are open for business. Bring your business online together as a town centre and high street, and help get your message across to customers in your area. Share your opening times, description of what your business provides, links to social media and website and an image of your storefront. Create quality adverts using our Canva image creator service. 100’s of designs ready for you to drop in your images and add text to. Promote like a major brand and wow your customers, share it on social media to show it off. Sign up for your FREE TRIAL HERE.
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FREE Covid-19 compliance posters and social media images
Sign up to offigo and find posters to put in your shop window and graphics for you to add to social media, showing you are compliant with the Government guidance.
Huge savings on our memberships
As well as the FREE trial, we have reduced our normal prices to ensure every business can afford to keep promoting to customers. Add the code CV2020 to an Annual membership and pay £99 for the first year instead od £365. Or add the code CV2020 to a Monthly membership and pay £9.99 a month for the first year instead of £45. Live messaging support and easy to follow user guides are available when you register. So join us today and re-connect your business with customers locally.
CEO of offigo Dave Preston says " This has been a really tough time for every business on the high street and they need as much support as possible to get them back open and get customers through their doors again. Our aim is to bring their business and each high street together online, right across the country, so customers can easily find them as a collective on their digital device"
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