While it’s too soon after the holidays to expect a detailed accounting of your sales, most of you probably have a good idea of what your results will be. Mobile shopping has grown in popularity, however you may have noticed a high number of abandoned mobile sales. In the Winter issue, our article about remarketing campaigns provides solutions to help increase your percentage of completed mobile sales.
Elite Sports Clubs appeal to a wide demographic and create loyalty by listening to what their members want
Jennifer Reyes began taking tennis lessons at Elite Sports Clubs in 1998. When her children got older and Jennifer went back to work, she became director of the preschool at an Elite location in the Milwaukee area. Her background was in retail purchasing, and eventually she brought that experience into the fitness arena with the opening of the Pro Shop at Elite. Read More
A family business steeped in history also embraces contemporary trends
As a fifth-generation business owner, Sam Watts is constantly balancing tradition with innovation. While he knows it’s important to keep the familiar look and feel at George Watts & Son, Inc., he also recognizes the need to stay current with the preferences of modern consumers. Read More
Family-run business goes the extra mile to take the pain out of auto repairs
Patrick Paul was more or less born into his father’s auto body business, just a few months after Mell Paul’s Body Shop was founded in 1977. Now Patrick is running the business, and he’s committed to providing his customers the best possible service he can. Read More
A familiar atmosphere and specialized treatments set Dunwoody Wellness Center apart
The staff at Dunwoody Wellness Center takes a long-term approach to their clients’ health, providing massage therapy, chiropractic therapeutic massage and medical skin care. “We have the opportunity to impact folks directly and give them something that improves their quality of life,” says Vlad Gornstein, owner. “People come here for that one-on-one treatment that we’re known for, kind of like Cheers, where everybody knows your name.” Read More
The article from Kohl’s reminds us of the importance of saying “yes” to customers at every opportunity. In this consumer centric payments industry, merchants need to find ways to give their customers what they want while still making a profit.
As we move toward the holiday season, the fall issue of Mosaic gives you an overview of what Discover is doing to help you and your business succeed.
We’re excited to announce that the Discover debit card was issued recently through Cadence Bank. On page 2, you’ll learn about the Discover debit card and see the what the cards look like. As other banks begin issuing the cards, you’ll likely see them at your point of sale.
Pairing fine wine with flowers makes Sciandrone’s Classic Touch unique.
Carolyn Wheeler began accepting Discover at Sciandrone’s Classic Touch in 1991. “There was a big demand for it,” she says. “We cater to a lot of travelers who prefer to pay with Discover. They’re always grateful when they hear we accept it.” Read More
Discover had a vision to build a global payments network and through our acquisition of PULSE in 2005, Diners Club International in 2008 and nine network alliances, we continue to focus on this vision.
To continue growing our merchant coverage footprint, we’ve replicated our success in the U.S. to expand internationally by building relationships with acquirers worldwide. Since 2010, we have grown our non-U.S. acquiring merchant coverage footprint from 17 million to over 24 million merchant locations.
Our relationship with acquirers is a key factor to our success.
Driving Growth through Partnership with Discover Card
Discover Extras is a partnership program that helps merchants attract new customers, build brand loyalty and grow their business. Through the Discover Extras program, merchants send relevant, valuable offers and deliver targeted communications via multi-channel touch points.