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  • Digitising the loyalty card
  • Digitising the loyalty card
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Digitising the loyalty card

Loyalty cards can offer big discounts from groceries to coffee. But with people often leaving their plastic loyalty cards at home, they’ve become one more thing to remember. Spotting an opportunity, Indian startup Forysta Ventures has created a mobile loyalty platform.

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