Bright Exchange: Grow your business today

Bright Exchange – a thriving digital marketplace, is now available to Peninsula clients. So, not only do you free your business from risk, but you get the tools to grow it too.

Read on to see how it works…

New customers are waiting…

With Bright Exchange, your business reaches tens of thousands of like-minded business owners and consumers. So, whether you’re B2C or B2B, these potential customers see what you have to offer.

And Bright Exchange couldn’t be easier to use. Simply upload an advert for free and reach Peninsula’s entire network of SMEs and their staff. With smart insights and simple setup, it’s the easy way to take your business to the next level…

Target the right people

Bright Exchange allows you to enjoy local or nationwide reach. So, whether you want to reach local customers or promote your services across Ireland, you put the right deals in front of the right people.

And with the option to add exclusive deals and discounts, it’s never been easier to appeal to your target audience – wherever they are.

Unlock exclusive perks for your staff

When you treat your staff, they treat you to a lower turnover and higher productivity.

And with access to exclusive deals and discounts – like 20% off all Fitbit products – you unlock great perks for your employees.

So, along with growing your business, you boost morale and attract new staff.

Unlimited advertising, made simple…

It couldn’t be simpler to get started and grow. Here’s how it works:

  • Create your advert with your branding and style.
  • Get hands-on support to upload and monitor your advert.
  • Target the right audience, at the right time.
  • Reach up tens of thousands of key decision makers.
  • Enjoy insights into how your ad is performing.

Ready to grow? Discover Bright Exchange today.

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