Square Launches National Contest for Small Business Owners

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Today Square announced “Love Local,” a national contest celebrating small businesses across Canada.

Square’s free card reader and free software enable anyone to accept credit cards and run their business from their iPhone, iPad or Android device.

Square will award one winner with the tools they need to run their business using Square Register, including Square Readers, iPad 2, an iPad stand, and a cash drawer. The winner will also receive a one hour social media consultation in order to better market their business to new and existing customers.

Square provides one simple, low, and transparent transaction rate of 2.75% per swipe, with no hidden fees. Square’s card reader plugs into the headphone jack of an iPhone, iPad, or Android device and allows for safe and secure credit card payments through the downloadable Square Register app. Square merchants have access to their funds from swiped payments the next business day, eliminating the wait for cash flow.

To enter #LoveLocal, Canadian small businesses simply submit a photo or short video to Twitter that represents what their business brings to their neighbourhood and tag "#LoveLocal" and "@SquareCanada.” The top entry will be chosen by a Square panel. The contest will run from August 5 to September 15.

Learn more about Square's Love Local contest here.

Company:
Square
Website:
http://www.square.ca
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Square is making commerce easy for everyone. Square’s Mobile Card Reader enables anyone to accept credit cards anywhere, anytime at one simple rate. Square Register serves as a full point-of-sale system for businesses to accept payments, track inventory, and share menu and location information. Square Wallet, available in the US, is the most seamless way to pay, enabling individuals to pay with their names at... more


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