Reward it all to your consumers
Posted by claire.charruau | 20 May
Spoil your consumers with a reward that gives them a choice of over 30,000 great products.
At TLC, we believe that nothing feels better than freedom, so we are really happy to announce a new partnership that will let consumers choose the reward they want!
Thanks to our new partner, Argos for Business, TLC Marketing will offer your brand great creative campaigns while letting your consumers pick the reward of their dreams! Shopping for great rewards has never been easier with our new partnerArgos for Business.
Paul Burdett, Argos Head of New Business added: “As a global marketing agency TLC works with the biggest brands which represents a great opportunity for us. We are looking forward to taking the Argos gift card to a new dimension”.
Andrew Spratley, TLC Commercial Director said: “At TLC we create exciting rewards and partnerships to help brands engage with their consumers. Argos is among the most well loved and trusted high street brands in the UK and we are really excited to be able to offer our clients that brand to partner with”.
To find out more get in touch now with Claire at firstname.lastname@example.org / 0207 725 6068
About Argos for Business
Argos for Business (AfB) is a leading provider of merchandise, incentive and motivation solutions for businesses and organisations throughout the UK. Working across a range of sectors including FMCG, financial services, promotional agencies, education, healthcare and social housing, AfB has a range of market leading propositions that help clients to maximise performance, increase sales and make the most of their budgets.
Established for over 30 years, and now part of Home Retail Group, AfB provides clients with access to two of the UK’s leading retailers, Argos and Homebase. AfB works with companies or organisations of any size to provide flexible solutions for a range of issues and challenges facing them today. It also has a range of purchasing and procurement solutions for companies buying single items or in bulk. In the public sector this can include organisations wishing to control the distribution of funds or grants to tenants or those eligible for welfare support.