The Big Five of Péter Sipos
Customer survey digital screens: "We now have more interaction with our hotel guests"
Péter Sipos is one of our first license holders and part of the Minicards network for many years. So it’s about time to ask Peter about his Big Five. What’s his biggest milestone and what’s food for thought for the future? Five small questions, five big(ger) answers.
The Big Five of Kristoffer Roos
Since January our digital screens have been in Amsterdam hotels, with up-to-date information about events, attractions and restaurants. Time to investigate what hotel guests, advertisers and hoteliers think of our new product. We are happy to share a few results, so read on.
Nice to meet: Natia Amiridze
It’s time for another round of five big questions concerning Minicards. This month we spoke to our licensee Kristoffer Roos, who runs the business in Sweden (Stockholm) for eight years now. About printed cards, big ambitions and digital marketing.
Nice to meet: Martin Kelly
Meet Natia Amiridze, our lady in Tbilisi, Georgia. She is part of the Minicards family since last year and starting up the business with lots of positive energy and two partners: Tina Osepashvili and Ani Kvaratshkelia.
The Big Five of Ciska van Schagen
Once a month we fire some questions at one of our colleagues to get to know each other better. We kick off with Martin Kelly, our partner in Melbourne, Australia. He bought into the Minicards family back in 2012. Now he has a staff of ten people, full and part time.
Every month we ask one of our colleagues five big questions concerning Minicards. We kick off with Ciska van Schagen, who runs the business in Spain as one of the first Minicards licensees. Ciska: "Despite all the online competition, Minicards remains a strong product."