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Will there be UK-only passport lanes at British airports?

Will there be UK-only passport lanes at British airports?

by on August 5, 2017

Minister calls for UK-only passport lanes at British airports to retaliate for queues 'Europe is forcing on us as a warning for what's in store after Brexit'

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S4M enables mobile targeting at the world’s 30 most frequented airports

by on December 6, 2016

S4M, a mobile ad tech company announces its new capability to target more than 30 million airport travellers each week. Using enriched geo-localised user behavioural [more…]

Mobikats launches Beura iBeacon mobile marketing platform

by on November 30, 2014

App developer Mobikats has launched its Beura iBeacon platform, allowing retailers and others to track audiences in real space using heat mapping, engage them in real-time and deliver tailored messages, from reward points to service information.

Phillip Hunt, CEO of Mobikats, says: “Our vision is for Beura to become a data platform that understands audiences’ unique needs and services those needs, in real-time, real-space environments.”

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Beura : iBeacons have the potential to become the next generation marketing tool for retailers, museums, sport arenas and entertainment centres

by on November 27, 2014

Mobikats Launches iBeacon Mobile Marketing Platform

Award-winning app developer Mobikats (www.mobikatsenterprise.com) today announces the launch of its enterprise-grade Beura iBeacon Platform.

Beura is Gaelic for iBeacon and the platform brings unmatched location based relevance through smartly designed customisable iBeacons coupled with the Beura tracking and messaging platform. It enables brands to track audiences in real space, engage them in real-time and deliver tailored messages, from reward points to service information.

Beura targets consumer spaces such as retail stores, malls, museums, airports and hotels giving brands a chance to capture their audience in the moment with rich, relevant, proximity experiences.

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True or False? : Monopoly at airports results in rip off pricing from W H Smith

by on January 26, 2014

Paul Simons throws out a very strong challenge in his latest blog entry. Do you think he is right?

Exactly one year ago I wrote a piece about how WH Smith rips off travellers with their monopoly in airports, train stations and motorway service stations. It provoked quite a lot of comment with complaints about their aggressive pricing.

However if you were an investor a year ago you would have paid around £7 a share and today that share would be worth around £10, an increase of c. 43%. Fantastic work if you can get it.

Also WH Smith have £50m of our cash they are about to give to shareholders via a share buyback scheme, they claim to have bought back 1.6m shares at £9.57 and have also trousered another little profit for the business in the process.

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