Tech Week judges lovethesales

Tech Week judges lovethesales

lovethesales.com has beaten off competition from over 100 small businesses to win £160,000 worth of advertising at London Tech Week.

The London-based ecommerce firm aggregates discounted products from over 700 retailers, enabling consumers to quickly and easily browse all sale items in one site.

As with most businesses, lovethesales.com was borne out of necessity after one of its founding members got tired of scanning hundreds of websites for cheap deals.

As a young fa`ther, Stuart McClure often spent a lot of time searching site after site for the best reductions on the things his family needed.

This proved to be a very time consuming process and so the mission to make the sales quickly and easily accessible began.

Today the site is seeing huge month on month growth, with thousands of users visiting daily, and the company is eyeing further growth after winning the #TeaseLondon competition.

The competition hosted by Eyetease and Verifone Media offering a prize of £160,000 of taxitop advertising, saw 100’s of entries from a wide variety of businesses.

McClure said: “To win the competition is amazing – a real honour to have been chosen. We are really excited by this prize and we can’t wait to start trying out some of the ideas we have with the technology Eyetease offer.”

Mark Solomon, fellow co-founder, added: “The popularity of the site is growing daily. Many of the consumers we speak to say they wished they had found out about us sooner.

“Winning the #TeaseLondon competition means we can get the word out more than ever before, helping more and more people to find the brands they want at a price that’s right for them.”

The prize offerslovethesales.com 16 million impressions across the Eyetease taxi network, meaning they’ll be able to target a large cross section of London with geographical and time based targeted adverts.

The site has recently broken the 500,000 product mark, and is set to increase further still, as new retailers are being added on a weekly basis.