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SailGP: Navigating Smooth Retail Operations with NOQ
SailGP is a thrilling, high-speed sailing competition that travels the globe, offering spectators an electrifying experience and a range of retail and entertainment. Founded in 2019 with just 5 events, SailGP has now grown to 13 events in its fourth season this year, and it looks like they will expand even further next year.
fabric: Cranking up the transaction volumes
Over 24 years, fabric has cemented its position as the jewel in the crown of the London clubbing scene. But, even with its international reputation and impressive line-ups, fabric isn’t immune to the difficulties faced by the entertainment industry today. As margins are squeezed, it becomes all the more important to optimise performance during trading hours. Read on to discover how fabric is using technology to improve its processes and generate more revenue.
OXO Bar x NOQ: Doubling order speeds
Located in central Oxford, OXO Bar is a popular spot for students and enjoys a lively trade throughout the week, dishing out great cocktails at student-friendly prices. “It’s a volumes game,” explained Bar Manager Eljon Shehu. “We sell some of the cheapest cocktails in town and we need to do it as fast as possible.” When speed is everything, you need a POS provider capable of keeping up. To learn more about how NOQ helped OXO Bar double its order speeds we spoke with Bar Manager, Eljon Shehu. Read on to learn more.
CarFest: Taking the festival experience up a gear
CarFest is special. It’s as much about a family day out as it is about cars and it exists to raise money for charities like Children in Need and Starlight. But it’s also in a field, which comes with its challenges. Infrastructure has to be built from scratch and there’s never a decent wifi connection. Discover how NOQ helped Event Live and traders like Westlands BBQ and Billy Bob’s Street Food serve customers quickly and efficiently in a remote, greenfield setting.
The Scottish Open: Feeding the 75,000
A major event in the global golfing calendar, 75,000 people come from around the world to see the five-day tournament. To understand more about the challenges of operating at a world-class sporting event (which also happens to be in a remote and rural setting), we spoke to Hickory Food and AndMunch. Read on to learn how NOQ helped keep the queues moving and the orders flowing.
Edinburgh Street Food: Balancing variety with consistency
How NOQ is helping ESF deliver amazing food experiences while ensuring flexibility for both customers and vendors.
Case Study: Drive-Ins
Most of us missed out on the golden age of drive-ins and are now surrounded by endless opportunities. They have exponentially increased in popularity recently, however, they date back as early as the 1930’s.  In an age where crowded events, crowded venues and even crowded outdoor areas were a norm, Covid-19 brought about a completely different outlook on these commonalities. 
Case Study: Food Markets
Street food markets are a big part of the food scene, especially in the UK. People get to experience different flavours, different cuisines, and different cultures, allowing them to explore different gastronomic horizons.
Case Study: Fringe By The Sea
Fringe By The Sea is a celebration of arts, culture, people and place. We had the pleasure of working with some of Scotland's best caterers.
Case Study: Bingo Loco at Secret Space
Bingo Loco has flipped the traditional game of bingo on its head and turned it into a 3 hour long interactive stage show
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