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Cycling UK has launched the Inclusive Cycling Experience, a new programme funded by the Motability Foundation, to support disabled communities in Greater Manchester and Inverness to start...

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9 May 2024

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8 May 2024

Hundreds of independent bike shops around the country got involved with this year’s Local Bike Shop Day, according to organisers, the Association of Cycle Traders

8 May 2024

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8 May 2024

More than 400 children and adults have cycled through Brighton and Hove to ask for the streets to be made safe for cycling with a network of separated cycle lanes.

7 May 2024

The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has criticised the UK government for a “shocking lack of progress in making streets more attractive for walking, wheeling and...

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NeartSt now available to ACT members from just £9 per month with no lock-in

Posted on in Business News ,Brands & Products News , Cycles News

ACTNearSt logo members can receive excellent benefits with NearSt, a powerful platform that encouragers more shoppers through the doors of specialist cycle shops.

NeartSt is now available to ACT members from just £9 per month with no lock-in (30 day rolling contract). In addition to this, ACT Gold members can access a free NearSt PLUS trial worth £100, whereby you can run highly targeted Local Inventory Ads to shoppers searching nearby at the top of Google.

NearSt is leading the way in driving online shoppers' back to bricks and mortar retailers. 

NearSt's mission is to get people back onto UK high streets by making shopping from real shops easier and faster than buying online. Their powerful platform drives in-store footfall by automatically connecting the products currently hidden on shop shelves to Google's local inventory search through a simple integration with a business's Point of Sale system.

This enables customers to quickly and easily find what they are looking for in-store, supporting local businesses and curtailing the flow of business to online retail giants.
  • Boost in-store footfall
  • Better connectivity with your local community
  • Instant setup: get your stock online in less than 10 minutes
  • Automatic feed: Your shop's inventory displayed directly in Google search (no manual data entry required)
  • Insight: see which of your products are most popular with local shoppers searching near your store
  • No set-up fees
  • From £9 per month with no lock-in (30 day rolling contract)
  • Available on Lightspeed now with other major POS providers coming soon
  • Free NearSt PLUS trial worth £100 for Gold members: run highly targeted Local Inventory Ads to shoppers searching nearby at the top of Google

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