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Steve McNamee runs Exchange Street, a specialist financial services and insurance recruiter. He signed his business up to the Nectar Business programme two years ago and has been earning Nectar points ever since.

With the launch of Nectar Business’ new “collect points online” service, Steve’s point-earning potential will increase significantly. Travelling to London at least twice a month, Steve can now earn points by booking his tickets through The Trainline.com. When in London he often stays overnight in hotels – and with expedia.co.uk he can literally earn points while he sleeps!

Steve buys all his IT equipment – PCs and laptops – through Dell giving him another great opportunity to collect points.

Also, Exchange Street often buys successful candidates flowers as a congratulations gift which means, he’ll now also be able to earn points via nectar-business.com through Interflora.Nectar Business’ Amanda Auld says: “The launch of Nectar Business ‘collect points online’ is a great way for our collectors to boost the number of points they earn. In the current economic climate businesses need all the help they can get and by collecting points online through lots of different brands they’ll be able to earn points even more quickly to spend on business supplies or rewards for the team.”

Businesses can now collect points on everything from office equipment/furniture, business services, finance and insurance services through to gifts and entertainment.

Collecting points is easy:

1. Visit nectar-business.com before making your purchase

2. Click on “Collect online”

3. Choose from over 400 online retailers

4. Enter your Nectar Business card number (no need to login)

5. Click on “Go shopping” and Nectar points will be loaded onto your account

To celebrate the launch of Nectar Business “collect points online”, all collectors will be able to earn double points on purchases at selected online retailers throughout November, including Vodafone, Red Letter Days, Dell, The Trainline.com and much more.

There are thousands of ways for companies to spend the points they collect and reward their business at the same time. For example, Nectar points can be spent on essential business equipment such as telephones, printers and laptops. Alternatively, you can use them to treat yourself or your staff to a variety of things such as a team building day out, a weekend away or you can relax at home with a case of wine, or a stack of chart CDs or DVDs.

To find out more about Nectar Business “collect points online”, go to nectar-business.com

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