Join our journey!

This is a fantastic opportunity for you to claim a stake in the Thyngs journey before we seek Series A investment.

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A few of our customers

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The Big Issue

Movember started as a simple way to raise money and awareness for a good cause, something that anyone can take part in. The contactless badge is the next step. So many of our incredible supporters take part in amazing challenges, and our no-fuss badges take donating to a whole new level.

Owen SharpChief Executive - Movember Foundation

Thyngs created a new opportunity for us to receive donations that ticked all the boxes, giving us a reliable and engaging new fundraising mechanism that fits seamlessly within the pub quiz supporter journey.

Simon O'LearyAssistant Director of Fundraising - Royal British Legion

We wanted a fantastic user journey to encourage our customer to enter our "Win a Trip" competition and drive sales. Using Thyngs was a no brainer as we had already run a successful loyalty programme with them and knew they would deliver both great service and fantastic returns

Andreia HarwoodSenior Marketing Manager - Wasabi

Using the Thyngs event solution enabled us to receive live feedback. We were able to track how effective our member's networking was, which is a huge part of what we do. It was also a great conversation point and led to greater engagement and interaction. To be able to have all of the event information on your phone, without having to download anything was exactly what our members needed.

Esme CaulfieldCompetitions Lead - Technation

Thyngs event solution not only enables easy sharing of contact details, but it also allows attendees to access our programme and biographies online and submit questions to our panels in real time. It reduces our reliance on paper and single-use plastics, making our events better for the planet!


Amanda RodgersCommunity Director - Vendercom

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We need your help

2018 proved a big year for near-field communication (NFC) technology, with Apple’s inclusion of NFC-reading capabilities in it’s latest iPhones, meaning you don’t need an app or to even unlock the phone to engage with Thyngs’ technology.

This huge endorsement of NFC has seen a huge increase in demand for our platform, so much so that we need to expand to meet rapidly increasing demand.

We are seeking investment to facilitate our international growth and support our high-profile customers, as well as accelerate our sales reach into these growing markets.

Help us during this pivotal period and join our journey!

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Thyngs in the News

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What we're writing about

How technology is changing the publishing industry

There is little doubt that the arrival of the internet has made a huge impact on the publishing industry. Amazon UK has long sold more Kindle ebooks than paperbacks and hardbacks combined, newspaper sales across the board have declined as more people go online for their news, and magazines seem to be closing down on

Thyngs, a local fintech company with global aspirations

  Tech companies are thriving in the East of England and a key player in this ecosystem is Norwich-based near-field communication (NFC) technology platform Thyngs. A recent report by Tech Nation showed that the UK technology sector was punching above its weight on a global scale, with total venture capital investment in the industry reaching...

The secrets to getting the most out of your event

Industry events are the perfect opportunity to meet prospective clients, promote your brand and engage your existing customers. But they are costly to organise and host, so it’s vital that your attendees get the most out of your event. What’s key is that you get people in through the door, engage them when they’re there

Want to talk?

Reach out to our CEO, Neil Garner.