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    Ralph Lauren promotes new line with NFC and QR codes in Harrods windows

    October 31st, 2014

    Ralph Lauren has taken over a 15-window display at luxury retail store Harrods in London to promote the launch of its new Polo Ralph Lauren collection using NFC and QR code stickers provided by proximity… More

    Just Eat adds NFC window stickers

    June 10th, 2014

    Restaurants using UK online takeaway ordering service Just Eat are being provided with digital window stickers that promote the availability of the service. The stickers, supplied by RapidNFC, include an NFC tag and a QR code that let customers download the Just Eat mobile app with a tap or scan of their mobile phone.

    Mappy to use NFC stickers

    November 20th, 2013

    Mappy Local Business, a new division of French online mapping service Mappy, is to distribute NFC and QR window stickers that provide quick access to its online local information platform. An initial 1,000 stickers will be displayed in participating Paris stores and plans call for a total of 200,000 to be distributed nationwide in all. Mappy is using Connecthings’ AdTag platform to manage the service.

    Disney runs NFC advertising campaign in France

    September 19th, 2013

    Disney Infinity, the new video game platform that uses NFC figures, is being marketed in France via 5,000 NFC-enabled out-of-home posters operated by media owner Insert. The posters are located across 21 French towns and… More

    UK high street promotes business with NFC

    August 6th, 2013

    A UK high street has received a welcome boost after an interactive window display using NFC and QR codes was installed to promote education and business opportunities. C-Instore combined vinyl wraps, QR and NFC to… More

    Scanther offers merchant tags

    February 23rd, 2013

    US startup Scanther is raising funds on Indiegogo for a combined mobile website plus NFC tag package for independent retailers. The service is designed to enable small merchants to market their businesses via QR, SMS and NFC-enabled counter signs, window decals and table top signs that link directly to a custom mobile-optimized website.

    Samsung tests NFC window shopping in Amsterdam

    January 23rd, 2013

    The phone maker has teamed up with Dutch ecommerce merchant JeansOnline to make exclusive offers to Samsung phone owners who tap a TecTiles tag or scan a QR code at a pop-up store in the city centre. More

    Pepsi Special gets Tokyo NFC advertising campaign

    November 19th, 2012

    Drinks distributor Suntory is promoting the launch of Pepsi Special in Japan via NFC tags placed on two Tokyo railway lines that offer travellers the chance to win free samples and access information about the new “fat-busting” soda drink. More

    1,500 French restaurants get NFC customer review stickers

    November 14th, 2012

    1,553 restaurants in 133 towns across France, voted by users of restaurant reviews site Cityvox as their favourites throughout the country, are being provided with interactive window stickers that let diners access Cityvox customer reviews via… More

    Telstra promotes NFC in Sydney and Melbourne

    October 3rd, 2012

    The Australian mobile network operator has equipped sales staff in flagship stores with NFC lanyards, helping them to show customers what NFC can do, as well as adding NFC tags to advertising posters and to promotional materials available in shopping mall food courts. More

    Nokia unveils Windows Phone 8 devices with NFC

    September 5th, 2012

    Both the flagship Nokia Lumia 920 and the Lumia 820 will come with NFC, the handset maker has announced, and NFC functionality will be included in WP8 apps from Vimeo, YouSendIt and the Michelin Guide. More

    Identive adds NFC magnets

    April 12th, 2012

    Identive has added window stickers and magnets to its range of NFC tags. The window stickers have a concealed NFC inlay and can be printed in colour on the front and back, so they look good from both sides of the window. The magnet tags, less than 1mm thick and based on Identive’s patented “tag on metal” technology, offer “an attractive and distinctive take-home ad that allows consumers to order food, redeem coupons, watch videos, check in and much more, with a simple tap,” says the company.