Despite the simplicity of the offer, behind the Loyaltybuild programme is a very sophisticated management and support system that drives large-scale 'branded as your own' loyalty campaigns.
Our programmes are best suited to companies who have a large customer or membership base and have a strong commitment to developing a rewarding loyalty programme.
So how does the Loyaltybuild programme work?
We manage all the creative, administrative and fulfilment activities for your holiday loyalty campaigns. We assign a specialised team to work on each project, and we provide all the holiday and leisure offers to an agreed brief. The programme is backed by a dynamic web environment, booking engine and database technologies, all designed for large scale campaigns in one or more languages. It is also designed to create and maintain customer databases for multiple marketing purposes. Our relationships with multi-lingual call centres, allow us to handle customer inquiries and holiday bookings across Europe. We work closely with your marketing department to fully align the programme to your brand objectives and guidelines.
We provide you with a dynamically designed website, branded as your own, to promote the holiday offers. The websites present a world of holiday possibilities to your customers and content includes:
Check out www.SuperValuGetawayBreaks.com - an example of one of our 'branded as your own' websites. The remarkable thing about all of this is we don't charge a set-up or management fee.
To the constant amazement of our partners, unlike other loyalty programmes, there are no costs associated with Loyaltybuild managing the whole process, from creative concepts through to partner-branded websites, to our call centre support.
Therefore you don’t:
It is all free of charge.
Loyaltybuild earns its revenue through bookings made by your happy customers. An added bonus, which our partners are proud of, is that our holiday travel programmes contribute millions in terms of revenue spend to the domestic tourism economies of the countries, in which they operate. In Ireland alone, each year our programmes help to generate on average €40 million in direct revenue for hotels.