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Spaycial deploys in the UK, in Westfield London & Westfield Stratford City

London Calling! Spaycial, which enables better relationships between people and brands, by turning payment data into shopping behaviour insights, is rolling out for the first time in the United Kingdom this Tuesday, November 16th, 2021.
This is the 8th country where our company, an ACPR-Banque de France-approved payment institution since 2018, now makes it easy for shopping enthusiasts to be rewarded for purchases in their favorite stores. 

Two unique shopping centers in London

For this launch, we are proud to deploy its solution in Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City with our historical client, Unibail-Rodamco Westfield, the leading European shopping center.

These two centers are a must in the English capital ! Westfield London is first and foremost Europe's largest shopping center with some 450 stores and more than 750 brands. A center that takes "customer experience at heart". Westfield Stratford City is simply the UK's most popular shopping center, attracting over 50 million visitors each year. It is home to more than 300 key stores and brands (John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Waitrose) and has also hosted the very first stores of some 40 brands in the UK market (Victoria's Secret, Stradivarius, Zara's first Click & Collect, the first Ikea and Jaguar Land Rover in a shopping center, and the first physical store of the digital brand Missguided).

“We are now accessible to more than 250 million European shoppers”

“By being compatible with all payment cards in the United Kingdom, a leading retail territory, we now are accessible to more than 250 million European shoppers,” says Didier Gasté, founder & CEO of Spaycial. With this new destination, our desire to support our customers in Europe and around the world continues. In fact, in the next six months, we will announce at least two new countries."

We are currently present in 8 European countries (France, Spain, Poland, Luxembourg, Sweden, Austria, Czech Republic and as of today, the United Kingdom) and operate close to 40 loyalty programs.