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3 Jan 2023

Almost 50 shops in the UK closed for good every day in 2022 - more than at any other time in the last five years – according to a new report from the Centre for Retail Research.

15 Dec 2022

Cytech training provider Activate Cycle Academy made it onto BBC television and radio this week as part of The One Show’s launch of a ‘Gift A Bike For Christmas’ campaign.

14 Dec 2022

Leicester has become the latest city to offer a free e-bikes scheme to encourage people to leave their cars at home and pedal around the city. The scheme, which is funded by the Department for...

13 Dec 2022

ACT’s Cytech delivery partner Activate Learning, of which Activate Cycle Academy is a part, is offering FREE online Microsoft accredited online courses for employers to enable their staff...

13 Dec 2022

We are starting a series of Retailer Profiles, shining a light on some of our best and most interesting independent retailers. If you would like us to consider your shop for inclusion, please...

12 Dec 2022

New research published by Cycling Scotland has shown that saving money is a key motivator for people taking up cycling. The study, which tracks changes in attitudes towards cycling in Scotland...

8 Dec 2022

Four in ten Britons dream of starting their own small business, with bookshops the most popular choice, according to new research by American Express Shop Small.

7 Dec 2022

During a tough economic climate with significant challenges for retailers, the Daily Telegraph has named 15 high streets around the country that it says, “retain a healthy selection of...

6 Dec 2022

The BBC has published comprehensive analysis of Ordnance Survey data that reveals the full extent of changes to Britain's High Streets after two years of Covid lockdowns and trading...

30 Nov 2022

Cycling UK has published its annual 100 Women in Cycling 2022 list celebrating inspirational women in cycling.

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ACT partners with Tyl by NatWest

Posted on in Cycles News

The Association of Cycle Traders is delighted to announce a new partnership with Tyl by NatWest for a better card payments deal for retailers - plus receive a £120 bonus* when you sign up.

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Whether you’re taking card payments face-to-face, over the phone or online – or you’re new to card payments – Tyl could make it easier for your customers to pay you in a fast, secure way.

With the current financial crisis putting incredible pressure on businesses, 8 out of 10** businesses saved money on fees when switching to Tyl by NatWest, but they want to do more.

So to help your business with rising costs, Tyl by NatWest are offering ACT members the following benefits.

Key benefits

  • £120 sign up bonus* as a Tyl statement credit
  • No card machine hire fees for the first 3 months
  • Reduced card transaction fees for businesses with less than £50k turnover from 1.65% to 1.5%
  • Keep cashflow flowing with next business-day payments
  • And more...

Find out more here



*For full terms & conditions click here. Merchant offer is exclusively available to Silver and Gold ACT members.

**Saving figure based on customers switching from various providers to Tyl between Jan and Sept 2022. Average savings not inclusive of introductory offers.

Tyl by NatWest terms, conditions, fees and eligibility criteria apply.

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