Five of the UK's biggest supermarkets have promised to halve the environmental impact of a weekly food shop by the end of the decade in the wake of COP26. The food industry is responsible for more than a quarter of
Ubamarket has today announced their integration with one of the leading EPoS providers, Point Four. With a respective client base of over a thousand retail stores across the UK, the partnership will enable Ubamarket's retail technology to be implemented widely
Having spent hundreds of millions of pounds on protective measures during the height of the pandemic, it has been reported that retail chiefs are in discussions over the logistics of removing plastic screens from supermarkets. In a move that signals
Will Broome, founder of Ubamarket, discusses the ways in which hybrid models of retail could be the saviour of physical retail
After what the Chancellor has labelled a fundamental alteration to our way of lives, the Budget announcement has signalled for the retail industry that reduced business rates will be extended until the end of June, with a staggered recovery beyond
IW Capital today announces the completion of an oversubscribed £800k investment in the latest round of a £2.9m raise for Ubamarket, providing a boost to the company in its goal to evolve it's existent white label retail app, Ubamarket, and
Will Broome, CEO of leading retail tech company Ubamarket discusses how retailers can transform to assure their survival in the post-Coronavirus climate
The need for technology throughout the COVID crisis has become overwhelmingly clear, with retail technology having to become ubiquitous during the last six months. As consumer and supermarkets alike have expressed their need for quick and easy to use technology
Will Broome, CEO of retail fintech app Ubamarket, discusses how nimble technologies are essential for recovery post-COVID
The British Retail Consortium has reported that total UK sales have decreased in comparison to last year, due to continued shop closures caused by the UK’s lockdown; over the three months leading up to May, non-food in store sales dropped
Supermarkets across the country are bracing for a potential steep increase in demand later this week, as the British public will prepare to enjoy increased freedoms following the Prime Minister’s announcement of lockdown easing this past weekend.
The cost of a basket of goods has risen as much as £7 as supermarkets remove promotions to curb panic-buying during the COVID-19 pandemic. Data published by The Grocer indicates that prices of 33 chosen goods have risen across UK
As the impact of the Coronavirus crisis grows every day, the way in which Britain's shoppers are buying their produce has shifted dramatically. The social distancing policies introduced amidst the countrywide lockdown have led to extensive queues at every supermarket
Retail technology company Ubamarket has developed a mobile app which it claims could help stop the spread of Covid-19 in supermarkets by reducing time spent in-store and enabling customers to bypass the checkouts and queues.
Retail technology Ubamarket offers Scan, Pay, Go! technology which enables customers to pay in app and bypass the checkout. Will Broome, CEO of Ubamarket, discusses the importance of convenience and hygiene amidst Coronavirus fears and discusses role of tech in
Will Broome, CEO of retail tech pioneer Ubamarket, discusses the impact of stockpiling and explores how tech solutions could safeguard retailers against future cases
Mobile tech pioneers Ubamarket has launched a one-of-a-kind app to bring customers back in-store and boost trade for Britain’s grocers and retailers. The app employs a variety of revolutionary features which helps retailers to revitalise the shopping experience for consumers,
Ubamarket and DMI are proud to be the recipients of the Global Mobile 2019 Award for Digital Commerce Innovation at the Mobile World Congress Barcelona. As retail tech is of mounting importance to both consumers and retailers, we are delighted
Ubamarket has commissioned nationally representative research to find out the nation’s attitudes towards food labels and, in response, will be launching a new feature of its supermarket shopping app, its allergen alerts feature. 44% of Brits suffer from at least
HTEC, the EPOS, payment and loyalty solutions company has launched the Londis shopping list app, powered by Ubamarket into Londis stores with Southampton front of the queue.
The world’s leading end to end in-store shopping app is now available for customers