Hospitality: 5 Reasons to Register your business
14th Oct 2021
We’re excited to announce that we’re now accepting applications from hospitality and serviced accommodation businesses for the LoveIOM Gift Card scheme!
The form is on the longer side and you’ll need some documents, but it’s easy to fill out. You can also save and return to the form, if you fancy.
5 reasons to register your business
1. No processing fees = 100% of the money
Whether it’s card machines or gift card fees, when someone usually spends money with your business, you’re not always going to get 100% of the cash. With the LoveIOM Gift Card Scheme 100% of the money spent at your business, goes to your business. And with the Isle of Man Government providing additional value to card holders through incentives it should drive additional transactions.
2. Gain new customers
When joining the LoveIOM Gift Card scheme, you’ll be added to our online directory of businesses, providing your business with the opportunity to reach a whole host of new audiences.Not only will your business be featured on our website, but we’ll give you a range of LoveIOM branded assets, so you can shout about being a part of the LoveIOM Gift Card family!
3. Quick payout
The LoveIOM card pays out fortnightly. You can monitor your sales on your very own digital dashboard that clearly displays all the LoveIOM Gift Card transactions undertaken at your business.
4. Be part of the community
LoveIOM is not only a gift card, but a supportive business community. Through the merchant portal you can access branding to update your websites and social media accounts. The LoveIOM scheme will be advertised year round via our own social media accounts and through other platforms.
5. Totally free
The LoveIOM Gift Card Scheme is completely free to join, meaning there is truly nothing to lose by joining, but a lot to gain.
All applications will be reviewed within 3-5 days and our team will be in touch via email to let you know if your application has been approved.
Some businesses are excluded from the scheme, and some products are also prohibited. You can find out more here.