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Introducing where.a.bouts: The Mobile App for Small Businesses to Boost Foot Traffic and Sales

Toronto, ON – Today marks the launch of where.a.bouts, an innovative mobile app designed to help small businesses with brick and mortar stores, pop-up shops, and market stalls attract more foot traffic and increase in-store sales. The app is available for download on both iOS and Android devices and aims to promote shopping local and supporting small businesses.

Small businesses have been hit hard by the pandemic, with many struggling to survive. where.a.bouts was created to provide a solution that helps businesses increase their visibility and attract more customers. By utilizing the app, businesses can create a profile and create stores, list their location, opening hours, and products and current promotions. This information is then available for shoppers in the area who are looking for local businesses to support.

“We created where.a.bouts to help small businesses connect with customers and increase their sales,” said the apps founder, Patience Badze. “We know how important it is for small businesses to have a strong online presence, and we wanted to create a platform that would make it easy for them to reach potential customers in their local area.”

LocalOn Corp, the company that developed the app, have taken great care to ensure that it is user-friendly and easy to navigate. Businesses can quickly update their products and promotions, making it easy for customers to see what’s new and exciting. The app also provides an opportunity for those small business owners who may have temporary physical outlets like pop-up stores or market stalls, to quickly create a digital store for their physical location for customers to find them.

“We believe that where.a.bouts is going to be a game-changer for small businesses,” said Sierra Pinckston, LocalOn’s CMO. “By providing a platform that helps businesses get more foot traffic and increase sales, we are doing our part to support the local economy and promote shopping local.”

The app is free for shoppers to use, but small businesses pay a subscription and there are no other hidden fees or commissions. The team behind where.a.bouts believes that supporting small businesses is more important than ever and is committed to helping businesses thrive. The app has already generated significant interest from small businesses across Canada, and the team behind where.a.bouts is excited to see the impact it will have on local economies. “We believe that where.a.bouts is a win-win for small businesses and customers,” said Patience. “Customers get to discover new local businesses and take advantage of exclusive promotions, and businesses get more foot traffic and sales. It’s a win-win situation.”

The app is now available for download on both the App Store and Google Play. For more information, please visit www.where-a-bouts.ca.

About where.a.bouts: Developed by LocalOn Corp, where.a.bouts is a mobile app designed to help small businesses with brick and mortar stores, pop-up shops, and market stalls attract more foot traffic and increase in-store sales. Developed by a team of experienced software developers, the app provides a user-friendly and easy-to-navigate platform for businesses to connect with customers in their local area. With a commitment to promoting shopping local and supporting small businesses, where.a.bouts is the perfect solution for businesses looking to increase their visibility and attract more customers.

Contact: Patience Badze Co-Founder, where.a.bouts | hello@where-a-bouts.ca | (647) 382-3921

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