A family run business, Franklin’s Wine is a boutique store offering a curated selection of wines from across the globe.
Building on the British African and Caribbean heritage of a corner shop, Montego’s makes their products accessible to a wider market and expands their reach using Square Online
Square Super Seller Manish was looking for a challenge when the opportunity came up at the right time
A year on from launching their order ahead app, Coffi Co have over 100k downloads, allowing them to continue serving their customers during the pandemic, and also to reposition themselves for significant expansion in the future.
Learn how Harley Street Health Centre reduced the time spent taking payments by 75% and allowed their team to look after 200 patients a day without a glitch.
Coaltown Coffee is transforming the ex-mining town of Ammanford with cashless payments, paving the way for a new “golden era” where local industry thrives.
Mobile coffee company, Taste the Bean, put Square’s Invoices App through its paces, and were quickly impressed with how much it simplified, sped up and professionalised their approach to remote payments.
Point-of-sale systems were holding Brooklyn Pizza back — until the owners found Square. Now the restaurant has 3 buzzing locations across the Midlands.
City Boiler Repair has been keeping Londoners warm for years, but issues with collecting payments was slowing down business — before the team discovered Square Virtual Terminal.
Situated on Margate’s (sometimes) sunny seafront, The Bus Cafe is just that — a cafe in a beautiful 1980 Bristol VR double-decker bus.
London’s Hunter Collective are flipping the beauty industry on it’s head with their beautiful co-working space and studio.
Just around the corner from Essex Road station, The Laundry Room are bringing a fresh take to a traditional industry.
Located in beautiful Margate, Clayspace Studios have created a space for the whole community to enjoy learning and creating pottery.
Father and son electrician firm Eastway Electrical have seen their business transformed since they started taking card payments.
Hackney based Mahala offers some of London’s finest handmade clothing, beauty and homewares. And thanks to Square, they never miss a sale.
Steering well clear of health fads, Greenwich Training are creating a holistic environment to bring a fresh take on personal training.
Meet Ian, master baker and owner of Chiswick’s Plum Duff bakery.
Square research has shown that 1 in 6 Brits is now a “card-only” shopper.
A local, independent, hard-working business in every sense, Sam sets up her pop-up location every day and packs it up every evening.
For owners of the award-winning Birmingham street food vendor The English Indian, their business isn’t just a job, it’s a labour of love.
John runs his business, Whispers of Wood, selling creations made from different coloured woods – all locally sourced and all 100% handmade.
Meet Mike, Dave and Andrian — the owners of London’s best new cafe and co-working space.