Minimise the risk of COVID-19 by going cashless at your next eventNovember 2020
Along with event creators all over the world, we’ve been watching the COVID-19 pandemic as it evolves. We recognise how stressful this particular situation is, and we share your concerns. We stand with all of you and the broader event community during a time when the industry is being deeply affected.
As your partner in cashless cards and cashless system wristband solutions, Cardsplus is able to offer a range of solutions to support your decision-making, whether you have an upcoming event of you’re trying to decide on your schedule for next year.
We acknowledge the increased need for flexibility in times of uncertainty. In these unprecedented times, going cashless minimises contact and reduces queues, helping reassure fans and staff alike.
Cards Plus allows you to fully customise your cashless cards including colour, thickness and design. If you would rather prefer using cashless wristbands at your event, we have several solutions we are able to offer you.
Still feeling indecisive on whether you should go cashless? Here are 4 reasons going cashless can minimise the risk of COVID-19 at your next event.
1. Reassure fans in challenging times.
No ticket or credit card exchange, no PIN terminals or communal pens. Transactions are made at a suitable distance, enhancing safety of staff and fans from covid-19.
2. Minimise risk of transmission.
No more dirty cash.
The virus can survive on bank notes for up to 17 days. Keep your event as safe and risk-free as possible. Your fans will thank you for it.
3. Support social distancing.
Going cashless reduces queues and makes transactions 80% faster. Less time for your fans to be waiting in close proximity and making buying safer and easier.
4. Improving the bottom line.
Reduce costs and increase profits.
Covid19 has put incredible pressure on the events industry. Budgets are tight and revenues are key to survival in tough times. Going cashless with Cardsplus will assist your ROI. Theft and fraud are reduced and the system lessens operational overheads around cash management.
If you are still not sure whether you should go cashless at your next event, feel free to contact one of our sale executives to find out all the information you need to know.
What are fans thinking about Coronavirus?
The good news is that fans want to return. But they want to be reassured – and hygiene is now one of their biggest concerns. Going cashless can help you set a new standard for fan experience in the ‘new normal’.