Hospitality Support Initiative (HSI)
This initiative will help to fund the planting of 10,000 trees and replace approximately 20,000 kg's of traditional plastics.
HSI is a unique opportunity to market your brand and help protect food deliveries from restaurants and take-aways to their customers. The bags offer protection against cross-contamination for those with food allergies and protection against the spread of viruses, bacteria and germs. Protecting deliveries helps prevent contamination, protects the public and the hospitality industry.
This campaign offers secure and reliable food deliveries with our tamper evident delivery bags, which come with extra protective features to prevent cross-contamination between orders. All of our bags are eco-friendly, ensuring deliveries are made with the environment in mind.
HSI will launch with a target of 1 million deliveries using our Biodel Bag.
Organisations will have the opportunity to sponsor the bags which will include their organisations logo, QR code and branding on our social platforms and website.
HERE ARE A FEW REASONS TO SUPPORT THIS CAMPAIGN!
Brand awareness can help to increase familiarity and recognition of your brand among potential customers. By adding your logo to the bag you can improve the visibility and reputation of your brand in a marketplace. Our goal is to make your brand more memorable, recognisable, and appealing to target audiences, which can ultimately drive sales and revenue.
Corporate responsibility includes protecting the environment through sustainable practices, reducing carbon footprint, minimising waste and pollution, and promoting conservation efforts. By implementing eco-friendly policies and initiatives, companies can contribute to a healthier planet and a better future for all.
Brand development advertising is a marketing strategy that aims to create and promote a unique brand identity for a product or service through various advertising channels. This includes developing a brand message, creating a logo and visual identity, and establishing a consistent brand voice across all marketing materials. The goal of brand development advertising is to differentiate a brand from its competitors and create a strong emotional connection with its target audience.
AREA'S COVERED & POPULATION
London – 11,262,000
Manchester – 2,767,000
Birmingham – 2,643,000
Leeds-Bradford – 1,916,000
Glasgow – 1,270,000
Southampton-Portsmouth – 932,000
Liverpool – 940,000
Newcastle – 726,000
Nottingham – 694,000
Participate in HSI with a minimum of 100,000 bags.
3 EASY STEPS
We'll work with you to create artwork for the bag which will include your logo and a QR code that can be directed to a landing page or your socials.
Choose which area you want to promote your brand. HSI covers the whole of the U.K.
Minimum purchase = 100,000 bags.
Once you decide which parts of the U.K you want to reach out to, we will supply the bags to the restaurants in those areas.
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Brand your own QR
Turn your bag into an interactive experience with a custom, dynamic QR code. Transport potential customers to your site or social platforms to learn more about your brand or product, all in one easy scan.
WE ARE DELIGHTED TO HELP PROTECT YOUR DELIVERY AND THE ENVIRONMENT!
SCAN THE QR CODE FOR EXCLUSIVE OFFERS.
SPONSORED BAG EXAMPLE
SPEND ON FOOD DELIVERY IS CONTINUOUSLY RISING. HSI IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAP INTO THE MARKETPLACE!
Due to economic pressures and increasingly busy lifestyles, unlike the eating-out market, the food-delivery market is growing. (IbisWorld)
The market size of the fast food and takeaway industry in the United Kingdom fluctuated over the past decade. In 2022, the market amounted to 21.37 billion British pounds, up from the previous year's total of approximately 19.62 billion. In 2023, the market is forecast to reach 22.04 billion. (Stastica)
Regarding placing orders with food delivery apps, Generation Z and Millennials are leading the way. According to an analysis of Uber Eats customers in 2020, they make up almost two-thirds of all users. (DrinksFeed)
According to Statista Digital Market Insights, the online food delivery market in the UK is expected to continue growing in the coming years, with a market revenue exceeding 55 billion euros by 2027. (Stastista)
The average Briton spends more than £600 pounds per year on takeaway food, according to new figures. Data from KPMG found that the typical Briton spends £641 a year on takeaways - or just over £12 a week. That is compared to the £1,508 a year average person in the UK spends on food shops, according to analysis by the savings platform, Raisin UK - breaking down to £29 a week.