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The hospitality network
 

What’s Supp?!

the evolution of Hospitality shift-work

 
 
 
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 Available in these suburbs now

… and coming to your neighborhood soon

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Look who’s talking about Supp:

How Supp works

 

1. Venues post shifts

1. Venues post shift

2. Workers apply

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3. Shift is performed

4. Venue taps to pay

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5. Everyone reviews

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Supp bundles recruitment, rostering, payments, ratings and admin into a few simple taps

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Created by the founders of these brands (and a few passionate nobodies!):

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get supp

 
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The Supp Difference

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For hospitality, by hospitality

Supp has brilliantly simple UX & is instinctive to use

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Profiles and reputation

Introduced trust & transparency to an industry lacking both

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User-moderated

Like Wikipedia or Reddit, users help run the community keeping our fees low

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Built on big data

User interactions leave a footprint for deep business intelligence

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Low service fee

10% fee makes Supp affordable for even the small operators

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Just-in-time recruitment

Venues get instant access to huge pool of skilled & available staff

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Easy payments and admin

Instant payments & streamlined admin

Why Supp?

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Roster Instability

Shift-work presents a constant rostering challenge for managers

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Skills Shortage

Severe undersupply of skilled staff has venues in constant search

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Inflexible Workplaces

Managers lack tools to satisfy staff’s need for flexibility

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Unprepared for Gen Z

They expect flexibility, empowerment, life/ work balance, apps

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Exploited Workers

Underpayment is rife in hospitality and workers deserve better

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Industry going Cashless

Paying wages in cash is being phased out by cashless trend

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Black Market

Fair Work is now targeting illegal ‘off the books’ staffing