E-commerce firm launches independent retailer incentive fund

Cloud-based commerce management software company Brightpearl has launched a £1m fund to support independent retailers to mark Independent Retailer Month in the US and UK.

Independent Retailer Month is a global campaign that will run throughout July. It aims to highlight the role of smaller, local, independent retailers.

The stimulus package will be distributed in the form of awards, each worth up to £600 against the cost of buying Brightpearl.

The software gives business owners real-time visibility of performance and customer data across departments and sales channels online or offline.

Brightpearl currently work with independent Garden retailers such as Garden Deco and The Balcony Company.

Customers will be required to sign up for an annual contract for the retail or retail gold package. For more information please visit: www.brightpearl.co.uk/stimulus-fund


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