Search News

Results: 1-10 of 563


Learn from the best social media posts of 2022

20 Jul 2022

Each week Maybe* round up the best social media posts from across the UK. See who's coming... Read more…

ACT partner Maybe* in the press over Independents’ Day weekend 2022

14 Jul 2022

It's been a busy first half of the year at Maybe* HQ and they've kicked off the second half with one of their favourite celebrations, Independents' Day. Maybe*'s support of the campaign made 21... Read more…

DfT publish second Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy

7 Jul 2022

The strategy sets out objectives and an estimated almost £4bn of investment across Government through to 2025 to deliver the commitments outlined in the Prime Minister’s ‘Gear... Read more…

How to run winning social media competitions and Instagram giveaways

6 Jul 2022

Running social media competitions and Instagram giveaways are an easy way to build your audience and your engagement. But there are a few tips and tricks you need to master, as well as those... Read more…

Fire Brigade warns about dangers of e-bikes purchased from online marketplaces

6 Jul 2022

As e-bikes from a reputable shop can often seem overly expensive to consumers, it is also important that IBDs present them with opportunities to spread the cost, through services such as retail... Read more…

Maybe* gives shoppers the chance to win £100 for Independent's Day

30 Jun 2022

Independents' Day weekend is taking place from 2-3 July 2022. To celebrate Maybe* have got a tailor-made competition you can share across social media to encourage your customers to shop indie.... Read more…

Independents' Day blog: Prepare your business for a successful summer

23 Jun 2022

With this summer and for Independents Day, especially after the last few years, it is crucial that businesses can make the most of the increased footfall of physical shoppers.
Read more…

Are you maximising retail finance within your business?

23 Jun 2022

Retail Finance Training (RFT) is an online learning course delivering an informed insight into Retail finance that can be completed anywhere, in your own time.
Read more…

Win £500 in social media ads every month

23 Jun 2022

Every month Maybe* gives one of our clients £500 to spend on social media advertising. To enter all you need to do is watch the Maybe* training videos or attend their webinars.
Read more…

Welsh Government Publishes Retail Strategy

20 Jun 2022

The strategy outlines how the government will work with trade unions and businesses to regenerate retail and build a sustainable Wales.
Read more…

Back to news menu

Attract cyclists to your business by offering secure on-site bike parking with HUDJO

Posted on in Business News, Brands & Products News, Cycles News, Outdoor News

BHUDJOikes could be used for thousands of local journeys every day, but owners don't know where they can safely park them.

You can attract cyclists to park their bikes on-site at your business location. All you need is the HUDJO app, and dry and secure space to park bikes. To park two bikes, you really don't need much space at all.

 

Attracting more cyclists to your business

Give your customers peace of mind. Knowing their bike is secure, they are more relaxed and spend more time and more money with you.

Research shows 45% of people are unwilling to use a bike if there is no secure parking at their destination

This statistic isn't surprising, and HUDJO fixes this problem by encouraging cyclists to hop on their bike and cycle straight to your business.

Road traffic congestion makes car journeys slow and high streets unattractive. So, when cyclists open up the HUDJO app and see your business on the map, they can avoid the traffic and cycle straight to you.

Cyclists from out of town, day tripping or just passing through, will find your location through the app and park with you.

How does it work?

  1. You choose the number of parking spaces and the times they are available
  2. Cyclists check-in via the app for anything from a few minutes to a full day
  3. Your staff manage the checking in and out process using the HUDJO app
  4. The parking payment is made in-app via Stripe and you receive your revenue at the end of each month


Click here to watch the video of HUDJO bike parking in action.

 

The four main reasons for becoming a HUDJO host are:

  1. Attract more cyclists to your business
  2. Make money from spare space or bike-parking lots
  3. The Environment. Be seen as part of a sustainable mobility revolution
  4. Bring cyclists to your community and high street
Contact HUDJO for more information on how to become a host.
 
David Gamble, Founder
host@hudjo.com
+44 (0) 7815 901150
 

 

Back to news menu

Useful links

If you have any other queries please contact us.