Maybe* makes it easy for retailers to connect and engage with their shopper’s pre-purchase journey


- On all devices and channels
- With their conversations on social media
- In all offline store locations
 

Shoppers use Maybe* to save any items they like, but are not yet ready to buy, either online or offline. Maybe* connects each shopper’s social networks and their physical location to the items they’re considering buying from any retailer.


Maybe* for Business harnesses the power of your shoppers’ social influence and connects it with your online and offline stores. By understanding what customers are considering buying, retailers can more efficiently deliver the right message to the right shopper at the right time.


All that is required to create this step change in the retail experience is the integration of a few lines of code within a retailer's website.

Maybe* for business

We connect the online, offline and social retail journey for all shoppers on any device. Any retailer can deploy omnichannel, conversational commerce by adding a few lines of code.

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What do you think? #WDYT

#WDYT is a campaign that helps towns and cities across the UK drive local footfall by increasing their digital influence.

Maybe* is leading a collaborative team that is working with Gfirst LEP, National Government and other leading national brands to help towns, cities and high street businesses adjust and adapt to the rapidly changing retail environment.
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UK Digital Influence Index

To support the #WDYT campaign, Maybe* has created the UK Digital Influence Index. It measures the digital output of every retailer in the UK’s 1,300 towns and cities and links it to each place where they exist. This groundbreaking initiative will enable any town in the UK to better understand the impact of their digital activity on their local footfall.

Find out where your town or business ranks

Natwest 'High Street Entrepreneur of the Year'

Maybe* has been shortlisted for the 2017 NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards in the 'High Street Entrepreneur of the Year' category. 

Past winners include David Buttress of Just Eat, Julie Deane of The Cambridge Satchel Company, James Watt of BrewDog and Alexander Solomou of TheLADBible Group.

Start-up of the Year

Maybe* has been shortlisted for 'Start-Up of the Year' by Retail Week for our customer focused platform that offers any retailer an omni-channel solution that is easy to deploy and delivers results fast.

"We understand that consumers have an increasingly fragmented retail experience and that fundamentally is not fixed by an app from every retailer. We believe that the future of retail is 100% a solution that is customer focussed and seamless across all channels and all devices"

- Polly Barnfield, OBE Founder and CEO

Digital Business of the Year

A brand new category for the Gloucestershire Business awards, Maybe* has been recognised as a leading digital business, optimising all aspects of ecommerce to achieve growth and strong financial performance through exceptional customer experience.  

“We’re absolutely delighted to win the award. Considering we only recently launched Maybe*, it’s a fantastic accolade to achieve, especially when you realise we’re still at a relatively fledgling stage in terms of what we’re aiming to do.”

Polly Barnfield OBE, Founder and CEO

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How do you decide what to buy?

Our journey started by us asking nearly 2000 millennials how they decide what to buy.  

Retail experts at Nottingham Business School and University of Gloucestershire helped author the White Paper: How millennial shoppers decide what to buy.

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  The"What Do You Think" campaign is hitting a high street near you...