In June, BookingBug hosted our first Customer Retail Summit with the goal of bringing together the UK’s top retailers for a day of collaboration, sharing of best practices and showcasing the latest innovations at BookingBug. The day was a unique opportunity for industry leaders, high-level customer stakeholders and BookingBug staff to discuss the future of the retail space and engage in product-related conversations. We were excited to be joined by some of our biggest UK and European customers such

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schedulingsoftware_adoption" title="" /> If you are considering purchasing scheduling software for your company, we have good news and bad news for you. The good news is that scheduling software is an incredibly powerful tool that allows your customers to easily schedule meetings with your employees. The scheduling software will increase the number of face to face meetings that your employees have with your customers. This, in turn, will improve your engagement with your customers and provide a better understanding of

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Many members of the BookingBug community are entrepreneurs who have taken the leap from full-time employment to starting their own business. Starting out on your own is not always a smooth process, especially when you are already employed. The time and monetary requirements often deter people from turning their business idea into a reality. So is it really possible to juggle a project as big as this alongside full-time employment? The answer is yes. After reading this great piece by

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The recent Mobile Government event in London brought together leaders from local and central government institutions from up and down the UK to discuss the future of public services. As mobile technologies become more ubiquitous, and customers expect to engage across multiple channels, BookingBug joined the conversation leading a packed seminar on “Next generation customer engagement.” Hosted by BookingBug’s CEO & Founder Glenn Shoosmith, and with case studies presented by Aaron Osborne-Taylor from Plymouth City Council and Mark Barlow

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