Thursday October 22, 2020

App aims to offer last-minute deals

Two Irish brothers have developed a smartphone app to help businesses to cover the losses from customers who don’t show up.

3rd September, 2011

Two Irish brothers have developed a smartphone app to help businesses to cover the losses from customers who don’t show up.

Arron, 21, and Ian Murphy, 28, founded noshow.ie, a smartphone app and website that allows restaurants, hotels and B&Bs to advertise last-minute deals and no-shows, free of charge. Users of the app, which is free to download, can view businesses within a two-mile radius of their location that are offering discounted deals...

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