Etos drugstore expands its My Etos loyalty program with Gift Savings

Etos drugstore expands its My Etos loyalty program with Gift Savings

Zaandam, Netherlands, 2018-Feb-15 — /EPR Retail News/ — Etos, our drugstore brand in the Netherlands, announced yesterday that it is expanding its My Etos loyalty program with a new feature called Gift Savings. The new option allows customers to earn a reward point for each euro they spend at Etos. For every 100 points, customers will receive a savings card they can exchange for certain A-brand items or redeem for a €5 discount on Etos own-brand products.

Gift Savings was created following feedback from My Etos members. While My Etos enabled shoppers to save for products, the discounts were only for temporary campaigns. With Gift Savings, customers can automatically and simply save for A-brand products – available from a frequently changing list – or earn the Etos own-brand reward. Customers have four weeks to redeem each 100-point savings card and select their gift.

To join My Etos, customers can download the brand’s app from the Apple Store or Google Play, and cards are available in all Etos stores. Current members will receive 40 loyalty points to celebrate Gift Savings, as will all new members who sign up before March 11.

SOURCE: Ahold Delhaize

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Ahold: Etos opens a brand new store on the Gelderlandplein in Amsterdam

Zaandam, the Netherlands, 2015-11-02 — /EPR Retail News/ — On Wednesday, Etos opened a brand new store on the Gelderlandplein in Amsterdam. It is the first store to display the new Etos logo on the façade of the building, and inside the shop customers can enjoy a new beauty and perfume department. Etos’ own brand, which recently received a makeover, is prominently visible inside the shop. The drugstore chain also continues to innovate online and is developing a new loyalty program with a customer card and an app. With these activities, Etos will, as Best Drugstore in the Netherlands, make a difference in a competitive market.

Roll out of renewed retail formula
This year, Etos was elected Best Drugstore in the Netherlands for the fifth time. “We are proud of this title, said Etos General Manager Jan-Derek Groenendaal. “Customers can rely on the fact that the Etos drugstore chain will keep investing in its customers. In the first quarter of 2016, another 15 shops will be opened with the same look & feel as the Gelderlandplein store. And we will keep innovating in the years to come to offer customers more for their money, with a focus on product innovation and service.”

Source : Ahold

 

 Ahold: Etos opens a brand new store on the Gelderlandplein in Amsterdam

Ahold: Etos opens a brand new store on the Gelderlandplein in Amsterdam

Ahold: Etos opens a brand new store on the Gelderlandplein in Amsterdam

 

 

Nicholas (Nic) Brassey named as head of Human Resources for Albert Heijn, Etos and Gall & Gall, effective January 1, 2015

Zaandam, the Netherlands, 2014-11-11— /EPR Retail News/ — Albert Heijn has recruited South African national Nicholas (Nic) Brassey to head up the Human Resources function for Albert Heijn, Etos and Gall & Gall, effective January 1, 2015.

In this role, Nic will report to Sander van der Laan, CEO Albert Heijn, and functionally to Abbe Luersman, CHRO Ahold. With Nic’s appointment, the Albert Heijn Management Team and the Ahold HR leadership team is once again complete.

Nic has extensive international HR experience, having worked and lived in South Africa, the United States, the UK and Italy. He is married to a Dutch national, and currently lives and works in the Netherlands. He joins Ahold from Unilever, where he was involved in various change management programs, and, from a Human Resources standpoint, was responsible for increasing associate engagement and encouraging greater focus on results.

Sander van der Laan, CEO Albert Heijn says: “Nic’s results-driven track record, his significant HR expertise and broad experience with organizations going through transitions make him a great fit to lead the HR function for our Albert Heijn Operating Unit as we work to instill a more performance-driven culture and the new ways of working resulting from our transformation programs in Europe.”

Abbe Luersman, CHRO Ahold, says: “We are confident his leadership will help us build a better place to work for our associates and a better place to shop for our customers. In this role, Nic will be the counterpart for our works council and other key stakeholders in this area.”

Nic succeeds Luc de Baets, who has served as General Manager Albert Heijn Belgium since the summer.

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Nicholas Brassey

Nicholas Brassey