Welsh fintech Yoello has launched a giveaway to support a winning UK hospitality business with a grand reopening package worth more than £30,000.
Online PR News – 16-March-2021 – Cardiff – Welsh fintech Yoello has launched a giveaway to support a winning UK hospitality business with a grand reopening package worth more than £30,000. The prize has been curated by hospitality professionals as a support package that will make a huge difference to a lucky business after an incredibly challenging year for the industry.
With support from partners and friends of Yoello, including Touchpoint, Stampede, Flawsome, The Pop Up Bar Hire Co, Cygnet, Aircharge, Flowerhorn and The Restaurant Collective, the giveaway includes an extensive list of items to help one lucky business reopen with confidence when restrictions start lifting from the 12 April.
Scott Waddington, Director at Yoello and Ex-CEO of S.A. Brain says “It’s been a really tough journey for hospitality businesses over the last year, having to navigate and adapt during the Covid restrictions. There is certainly a growing feeling of optimism for the sector as we are now seeing a roadmap for reopening and a very successful roll out of vaccines across the country.
Through this giveaway, we wanted to give businesses the chance to win a support package that could be really game-changing, helping to get them ahead with reopening and starting to rebuild business.”
The giveaway features a wide selection of items including: tablet devices, Yoello POS terminals, a pop-up outdoor bar set up for one month, aircharge docking stations, Covid safe temperature checker, sanitisation station, lifetime Yoello order & pay solution with £10,000 of free transactions and many more items including bar stock from Flawsome, Flowerhorn Brewery and Cygnet Distillery.
Businesses can enter Yoello’s grand £30,000 hospitality reopening giveaway via giveaway.yoello.com, the deadline for businesses to enter is midnight on Thursday 1st April.
The award-winning fintech has worked on various initiatives to support the hospitality sector since launching it’s order & pay platform eight months ago. These initiatives include the Castle Quarter Cafe project in Cardiff, run alongside FOR Cardiff and Cardiff Council to encourage trade back into the city centre after the first lockdown. The project gave traders the opportunity to serve additional tables through a 240 seat pop-up food court that bought an additional £255,000 in revenue to the city centre within the first 10 days of opening.
Founded in 2017, Yoello is an FCA authorised mobile payment platform that uses open banking to cut out the middlemen and connect merchants and customers’ banks directly. Currently focused on the hospitality sector, Yoello offers a simple, affordable, and secure way to help any venue manage mobile orders and payments.
The Cardiff-based firm has been working closely with local authorities and Business Improvement Districts since the start of lockdown to help businesses re-open and save thousands of pounds in the process.
To find out more about Yoello and how it can help pubs and restaurants reopen safely, visit http://www.yoello.com