For the first time, you can give gift cards that delight and impress recipients with AR experiences that are fun to receive, hard to forget, and easy to redeem. In addition, Retailers win through higher redemption rates and more in-store shoppers at their physical stores.
Although with a $160B market, gift cards are complained to be stale and impersonal.
Recipients often forget to use their gift cards, 30% of which go unused yearly.
Retailers' revenue stuck since most recipients spend 38% over the face value of their gift cards.
The giver chooses a unique AR experience, a retailer, and a personalized message for the selected friend.
Recipient unlocks Gift Card by interacting with the AR Experience in-store. Incentives and offers can be added to drive engagement.
The recipient immediately redeems the Gift Card in-store. Giver only pays when the Gift Card is retrieved.
What questions should I answer?
Consider the elements of your company you anticipate attracting the most inquiries. What will investors, partners, enterprise clients be itching to know? In addressing topics, zero-in on the information you feel is most relevant to your target audience who will send this One Pager to.
How many questions should I include?
3-5 questions is a good range. Remember—keep topics addressed and information shared relevant to your audience.
What if I don't have answers to all questions?
You’re not alone. This means you have more in common with your customers than you realize. The key is to give honest, clear and brief answers. Start the dialogue and keep the discussion open with your stakeholders.
Meet the Team
Co-Chair of Retail & eCommerce Committee at VR/AR Association.
Co-Founder, Head of AR Development
Unity developer with a career built on creating great experiences as a designer, coder, and team manager.
Co-Founder, Head of UX & AR Design
Duel Master Degrees in Architecture & Science in Information from the University of Michigan.
AR Queue Inc.
San Fransisco, CA 94903