Tomorrow is a special day. It’s an especially scary and spooky day, in fact. So Canadian POS Corporation would like to wish you all a very Happy Halloween! And sure, maybe tomorrow is generally about the kids. We all loved going trick or treating for candy when we were younger, right? But then again, there is still a “big kid” that lives within each and every one of us, isn’t there?
This is especially true for business owners. Most entrepreneurs had aspirations of starting a business when they were youngsters. Living that dream today means working as hard as ever – but enjoying every moment of being your own boss. As a result, Halloween may still be a whole lot of fun for you. It just has a bit of a different meaning. Instead of candy, you see dollar signs.
As the owner of a business, it is not unlikely that you consider various ways to promote your company on a regular basis. Why should Halloween be any different? The thing is, Halloween allows you to do a lot more than simply decorate your store. You can offer special discounts, hold costume contests and even throw in-store parties to drum up more business.
But in many of these situations, business owners are unable to accept payments the way they normally would. And why is that, you ask? Some Halloween promotions are held offsite. So, in the case of a business owner who is running a haunted house, taking people for rides through haunted fields or throwing a party away from the traditional office space, there is no way take their POS terminals with them.
Or is there? In our last blog, we reminded you about the fabulous Ingenico Telium2 product line that is offered by Canadian POS Corporation. The wireless POS terminals that come as part of this line of products allow business owners to set up shop just about anywhere they please. With a wireless terminal, you are never restricted to where you can swipe your customers’ cards.
“I find them to be incredibly handy,” remarked one of our clients earlier this week, “I love not having to worry about where I’m holding my company’s special events. If I have to charge for entry or refreshments, the wireless device allows me to accept cards and not just rely on cash.” On the Ingenico website, it is made clear just how trustworthy the wireless terminals are.
“Ingenico’s devices are compact and lightweight with wide backlit screens, crisp displays (in vivid color on certain models), fast printers, and extended battery life,” reads the site, “Wireless connectivity (GPRS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi) ensures the integrity and security of transactions even in the most difficult environments. Never again be restricted by where, how or when you accept payments.”
Getting set up with a wireless POS terminal is as simple as contacting Canadian POS Corporation at 1-877-748-2884. Although you may not have one in time for this Halloween, it is still the perfect time of year to equip your business with a wireless terminal. After all, the holiday rush will soon be upon us and you’ll be swiping more cards than at any other time of the year!