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  • A loyalty scheme that shows companies care
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A loyalty scheme that shows companies care

Is rewarding people for shopping the best way for brands to encourage loyalty? With 78% of people not loyal to a particular brand, companies are trying different tactics. One approach involves rewarding people for behaviour that doesn't have any financial benefit to companies. 

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