WeBringg Holding a Workshop with Phoenix Coaching

WeBringg Holding a Workshop with Phoenix Coaching

David Byrne, from Phoenix Coaching and Consultancy will be holding a workshop with WeBringg.


At WeBringg, we have recently opened up a number of new practices to support wellness at work such as yoga and healthy meals delivered. At the core of every good employee is a great and healthy workplace environment. With the right education, skills, tools and social support, people change behaviours.  These practices are proven to support more productive work. In order for us to increase motivation within the workplace, we will be having a workshop with David Byrne, from Phoenix Coaching and Consultancy on Monday, May 21st. David Byrne is an expert in leading coaching sessions and workshops. Phoenix Coaching and Consultancy hands on approach guarantees a profoundly positive effect on those who take part. Needless to say, we are excited to take part in this workshop and ensure every employee working with WeBringg can point their skills and tools in the right direction, and leave feeling more motivated than ever. ““We are so excited to have David Byrne in the office on Monday. I can’t wait for the team to experience his pzazz.” said Karl Coombes, COO at WeBringg.


Phoenix Coaching and Consultancy specialize in automotive coaching. They are experienced in partnering with clients to deliver measurable results. Their core values are people, process, productivity, performance and profit. David Byrne is highly rated and we very much look forward to his presence in the WeBringg office.


You can check out their website here.

How Customers’ Demands are Reshaping Standard Delivery

How Customers’ Demands are Reshaping Standard Delivery

What does the term last-mile mean?


The last mile is a metaphor used to describe the movement of goods from a fulfillment centre to their final destination. In other terms, it’s the last part of a product’s journey before it arrives at your customer’s door. According to the New York Times, Sucharita Mulpuru of Forrester Research refers to the last mile as “the moment that matters.” She goes on to say,“Once you can own the moment that matters, you build a loyal customer base.”


For most consumers in Ireland, we spend a subordinate amount of time counting and estimating when a package will be delivered, particularly when ordering a gift or present that is needed within a certain time-frame. You are left staring at the computer screen, wondering whether to press that ‘click to pay’ button, what if the present doesn’t arrive in time? How many days from now is 3-5 working days if the weekend is coming up? What address should you order it to? you’re not in work next Thursday and the party is on Friday, you  quickly change your mind and press that ‘x’ button the top right hand of your screen and start planning a day you can go to a busy shop to buy an item similar even it will cost you more, because it would be embarrassing to show up without the present.


E-commerce continues to grow at a rapid pace. Though the ecommerce industry has matured rapidly, one surprising area of neglect is the delivery process. Retailers should understand that often stores are closer to consumers than many of their warehouses. For stores on a main street, the last mile is now the first mile for many consumers. If you can fulfill a customer’s order direct from the location of your store, you can eliminate many issues customer’s experience from traditional delivery and ensure your customer’s journey with your brand is seamless.


Consumers want instant gratification, their time is valuable. If you can offer them something your competitor cannot it will put you a step above the rest. Do you want to build the foundation for a customer that returns to your brand or product time and time again? WeBringg offers delivery within 90 minutes and your customer can track it from your store to their door. Retailers should understand that often stores are closer to consumers than many of their warehouses. They can judge exactly where they will be, and know they will not need to wait around for hours, forget days. WeBringg has a team of crowd-sourced drivers that have gone through the necessary backchecks to ensure your product is delivered with care. Your customer’s can rest assured knowing their product is in good hands. Your customer can track their order in real-time through a link sent to them through SMS, so they know exactly where their driver is and they know exactly where they will need to be in the given time-frame.


The future of delivery is here. Meet your customers’ demands and ensure every moment of their purchase is a moment that matters.

WeBringg completed RunAMuck Challenge in aid of ALONE Ireland

WeBringg completed RunAMuck Challenge in aid of ALONE Ireland

With our recent partnering with ALONE Ireland, a number of WeBringg’s employees decided to run (or rather scramble through) the 5.5km RunAMuck challenge on March 10th, 2018 in Coolcarrigan Estate, Co Kildare. Our aim is to raise €1,500 in aid of ALONE Ireland who truly are a wonderful organisation. ALONE provides Housing with Support, Support Coordination, Befriending and Campaigns for Change to hundreds of older people every week, who are homeless, socially isolated, living in deprivation or in crisis.


Nine employees in total ran from WeBringg with the first person getting to the finish line in 1 hour and 16 minutes coming in at place 852.  We consider that to be pretty good as there was a total of over 3,000 people who completed the RunAMuck challenge for charities throughout Ireland. Two of our clients from Snap Printing also took part in the challenge with us, in order to help us raise funds ALONE Ireland.


The RunAMuck challenge had many different obstacle courses in which we had to run, jump and climb through muck, water, ice, haystacks. Many of our team got stuck in the different terrains, with many losing shoes and falling face first into the bogs. It was a mucky yet rewarding experience for all our staff who left smiling.  Marty Moore, our sales and marketing executive said, “It was dirty and smelly, but I loved it!”


We would very much appreciate your kind donations which you can submit online here. These donations (no matter how small) will help to allow ALONE to continue to do the fantastic work they are currently doing. Thank you to all our fantastic employees who took part in the RunAMuck challenge and continue to raise funds to date.


You can read more about the RunAMuck challenge here, and be sure to check out their pictures on Facebook.

Photo credit to http://actionphotography.ie/