The best part about being an Irish expat in London is how the whole of the city can be yours.
This is thanks to a new loyalty scheme, which aims to boost local retail and tourism in the capital.
The first wave of new members to join is now available to those who were born in England and now live in the UK, while those born in Ireland, and those who are living in the United Kingdom but not British, will have the option of joining the loyalty scheme.
“We want to be able to be more inclusive in our recruitment and retention process,” said Marie Byrne, head of sales at K&G department store.
“For some people who might have come to Ireland and been in this country for a few years, this might be a step forward in terms of wanting to be part of a brand like K&g.”
We are really excited about the new loyalty programme, which we are working hard to get right.
“K&G has been part of the UK’s economy for a long time, and now we have a new opportunity to grow our business here.
We are going to make sure our team is well prepared for the future.”
A new loyalty program that aims to make Irish people more ‘inclusive’ The new program will give new members the option to join a loyalty scheme called K&Gs UK, where they will receive discounts on purchases at the K&GA department store chain.
“The first group of new K&Ga UK members will receive a discount on their first purchase at K &G’s K&ga branch, or for every $100 of purchases, they will get 10% off in all K&Gal stores across the UK,” said Byrne.
K&Ga is also offering new members a 15% discount on any purchase of K&Gen at its K> stores in Edinburgh and Cardiff.
Byrne said this is “a really big deal” for new KG UK members.
“These are the same customers who have visited K>’s K > in the past, so they are very familiar with the store and the staff.”
They are very happy to have this opportunity to come and visit the KG store.
They are happy that it is a new location for them.”
The scheme will be open to members who are currently in the EU, the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, as well as those who have been living in London for more than a year.
Currently, members in the European Union can join the scheme if they have lived in Britain for six months.
Members in the US will also be eligible, and the UK will open up the program to everyone when it opens in the autumn.
According to the new scheme, members can get a 25% discount at KG’s flagship K&gc stores in London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast.
New members will also have access to the KGC store loyalty cards.
To apply, a new member will have to log onto their K&gb account online or on their mobile phone.
When the new members join, the Kg store will notify them by email and their first order will be taken from them.
In order to be eligible for the new program, members must be at least 18 years old and live in Britain, and have spent more than one month in the country.
While members will be offered discounts, the new Kg loyalty program has the option for those who do not live in London to get their first round of savings.
For more information, visit www.kgb.co.uk.