Mall Communications have moved premises. From the start of November 2017, we have expanded and are now based just near to J16 of the M1. Still in the heart of the rolling Northamptonshire countryside, we are ideally placed for meetings and now have a dedicated technology showroom. If you would like to visit us, please contact us on 020 8068 0350.
MallVision powered by Trust Cloud will be exhibiting at the MAPIC exhibition 15th - 17th November 2017 Cannes, France
Mall Vision powered by Trust Cloud will be in attendance at this November's MAPIC exhibition in Cannes, France. Showcasing the latest and best reporting WiFi systems on the market for all retail spaces, our team, along with Trust Systems, will be on hand to show our new technologies first hand. Check out this link to see more about this unique event:http://www.mapic.com/
Going to #Revo2017? We’d love to meet you to discuss your digital wayfinding and advertising needs. Visit Stand 4 @RevoLatest
James Scott, Director at Mall Communications Ltd, is currently embarking on the charity Barcelona or Bust Rally across France and Spain. All sponsorship money will be donated to Scope: About Disability and the Macular Society. To donate:
Together with his brother, Paul Scott, they were tasked to find a vehicle for under £500 to drive across the continent and complete a number of challenges. They chose a typically British 1996 black cab! Starting in Rouen on Friday 8th September 2017, they will arrive in Barcelona on Sunday night. We wish them lots of luck!
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What Shoppers Want @OnBrandGroup showing shopping centres need to engage customers online first, but that centres are very much still in use.
Mall Communications is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Revo Conference and Exhibition in the Liverpool Exhibition Centre from the 19th -21st September 2017. We have just completed the artwork for our stand and are excited to be part of this superbly run event.
This Revo conference is a unique opportunity to connect and do business with over 2,700 senior level cross-sector experts from the retail property market. Companies such as Aviva Investments, British Land, Savills, various City Councils and many more will all be in attendance. Learn more about the Revo community @revolatest or www.revocommunity.org/events_awards.
We are looking forward to meeting many of you in person and demonstrating our MallVision digital wayfinding products and services, @MallVisionNews.
Mall Communications is pioneering a breakthrough use of WiFi in shopping centres to deliver promotions and services directly to the customer’s mobile phone. In partnership with Trust Systems, we can piggy-back on centres’ WiFi network (or install WiFi) providing a new channel for a whole host of offers, which benefits both the customer and centre management.
As a customer... Logging in just once, with no need for an App, the customer can access immediate discounts, coupons, easy wayfinding to stores, facilities and local area information, plus give feedback. With mobile phone ownership universal, it’s a strategic play that capitalizes on what is now second nature to today’s centre goers.
For the centre itself, there are rich opportunities for revenue generation, with paid advertising from sponsors, tenants, and brands offering discounts via this platform. Moreover, the system affords access to a treasure trove of invaluable data from analytics, such as footfall, traffic flow, return and unique visitors. It can extend to demographics, dwell time or patterns of travel in the centre.
This enables the centre to understand customer behaviour more fully: Examine the impact of the centre layout, see where customers need more help, which devices they use, what they like/dislike and where improvements can be made.
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