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Jisp, an all-in-one shopping app providing contact-free payment, has gone live this week across six stores as part of its partnership with the Federation of Independent Retailers (NFRN).

Shoppers can now take advantage of the best deals and offers, Home Delivery and Click & Collect services as well as virtual quizzes and community events from their local stores, all through one mobile platform.

The six stores offering the Jisp services are:

  • Todmorden News in Todmorden, Calderdale, West Yorkshire;
  • Taylor Todays in Southcoates, Hull, East Yorkshire;
  • Baxters Londis in Crookes, Sheffield, South Yorkshire;
  • Hightown Convenience Store inCongleton, Cheshire;
  • Brampton Post Office in Brampton, Cumbria;
  • Mosci’s Conveniencein Horden, Durham.

Julian Fisher, Founder and CEO: “It’s a very proud moment for Jisp to support independent retailers with a host of shopping and contact-free payment solutions that compete and, in some cases, beat the services offered by many supermarkets and online giants. We look forward to further building our brilliant partnership with the Federation.”

Stuart Reddish, NFRN National President and the owner of Baxters Londis, said: “The way customers shop is rapidly changing, especially since the Covid-19 lockdown and we, as independent retailers, cannot afford to stand still when it comes to enhancing the shopping experience and building loyalty.

“I am really excited to be trialling the app in my store and look forward to engaging with my customers even further, gaining a better understanding of their wants and needs, and having a simpler way of notifying them of special discounts and deals, all of which should further drive loyalty and sales.”

Customers can browse their nearest stores in the app, add products to their basket, pay securely through their smartphone and choose to collect the order themselves or select same / next day Home Delivery.

To celebrate the launch, each store is holding a virtual quiz through the Jisp app on Sunday 21 June and 28 June. Customers will compete against other players in real time for a chance to win a £25 shopping voucher from their local store as well as £75 donated to the winner’s chosen charity. For more information visit

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