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Skone card is cut above the rest

That’s the view of Lauren Cottrall, owner of Stockporthairdressing salon Belle Amie, on Heaton Lane, who said today thatbusiness was up as a direct result of the SKone card, launched byStockport’s leading commercial landlord Orbit Developments.

“The SKone scheme has definitely helped my business,” saidLauren. “I think I have had at least 20 new customers come in fromOrbit’s Regent House office which is just a few doors down. It’sperfect promotion for me.”

Mobile hairdresser Candice Thornley, who specialises in hairextensions heard about the card through Belle Amie and has alsosigned up to the card. “After seeing the success Lauren hasreceived from placing an offer on the SKone card, I can’t wait toget my offers up there as well. Being in such a competitiveindustry means this free reward scheme is really valuable to me forpromoting my business.”

Soap Hairdressing on St Petersgate echoed the theme. Like BelleAmie they are offering 50% off a first visit using the card. OwnerStesanz Langner said he’s seen extra people through the door.”Anything which gets our name out there is fantastic.”

The card managed by Orbit Developments has attracted over 45local Stockport retailers with hairdressers, gyms, cake companiesand tea emporiums all keen to lure customers with special offersand discounts. What’s more it’s free for retailers and businessesto add an offer to the card.

Tony Jones, Managing Director of Orbit Developments, said: “Itis so good to hear that the SKone card is helping great businesseslike Belle Amie, Candice Thornley and Soap Hairdressing. Theseindependent businesses are the lifeblood of Stockport and beingable to support them in some way is very satisfying. It’s stillquite new, but our occupiers are starting to realise the benefitsand using the card more often.”

Customers located in any of Orbit’s 12 properties in the centreof Stockport get the card free of charge when they take space – anadded value which is starting to prove its worth.

In addition to the reward card, customers also receive freeaccess to the SKone hub in the recently refurbished flagshipStockport building. The bright, modern business lounge providesfree Wi-Fi facilities and refreshments and the chance for customersto host informal meetings in a flexible space whenever required.Alongside the hub, there are also free meeting rooms for formalmeetings in a traditional and private setting.

The properties included in the reward cards scheme are RegentHouse, Beckwith House, Mansion House, Wellington House, GrosvenorHouse, Crossley House, Hillgate Court, Applicon House, CirtekHouse, Highbank House, Pathshire House and No. 1 St. Peter’sSquare. 

Image: Belle Amie with Orbit’s Joanne Allen

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