Jisp has reported “rapid growth” in the first half of 2024, with retail sales through the app topping £2.2m in the first half of the year, up 79% on the same period in 2023.

Its Scan & Save mechanic has earned retailers £5.8m since launch while shopper savings through the app have also seen growth with over £541,000 saved by shoppers in the first part of 2024, up 63% on the same period of 2023.

Jisp reported that total scans of the app’s AR vouchers also saw an upturn of 97% versus H1 figures for 2023. Voucher taps and redemptions through Scan & Save were also up 100% and 99% respectively.

The number of stores trading with Jisp at the half year point also saw a jump of 59% versus the same period in 2023.

“We ended 2023 exceptionally strongly and we were determined we would start 2024 in a similar rich vein of form,” said Jisp’s managing director, Ilann Hepworth. “Jisp’s proposition is extremely relevant in current market conditions. In the challenging environment shoppers, retailers and brands are all facing into, we offer a solution that provides brands with a promotional route to market, fully supported by an extensive retail media package, that drives sales, retailers receive a loyalty rewards platform that builds loyalty, grows footfall and basket size and enhances margin, and shoppers receive exclusive discounts on top brands while earning rewards at a level far exceeding those offered by other loyalty card schemes.”

He highlighted Scan & Win and Confex Savings Club as two wins for the brand this year.

“The two newest elements to our offering, Scan & Win and Confex Savings Club, have both been ramping up in the first half of 2024,” added Hepworth. “We successfully delivered our campaigns in Australia and Singapore with Bioderma, much to their satisfaction, and have worked closely with the team at Confex to get the first wholesalers set up and ready to launch. In addition, we’re also powering up a food service offering for Confex Savings Club, which will be a gamechanger for that sector.”