The Bar STOCK Exchange is an established concept for the promotion of both your premises and products.The Bar STOCK Exchange is unique, there are no fixed prices for most of the Bar items on offer. Based on the workings of the stock market, it has been developed to add interactive entertainment in bistros, pubs, nightclubs and discotheques of all sizes.
Almost every Indian loves trading. Bar STOCK Exchange aims to create an environment where the customer always wins . Think of it as happy hours where you control the prices of all the drinks at any time. Customer still chills with there friends but in an all new innovative and exciting atmosphere.
Once every day, the market crashes as well, so customers can trade their favorite spirits and purchase at rock bottom prices. Trading then begins all over again from new set base price.
Customers can trade via an app at the venue. The algorithm is simple - all spirits start at a base price and are governed by the laws of demand and supply. Based on frequency of order and the time periods within which customers place order. As the demand of a particular spirit, wine or beer grows or declines the prices go up or down.
The rules are simple: As order is placed on the customer app, the price for individual item changes according to demand on TV screens . This means that the price can go up depending on demand. The items that are not in great demand are more reasonably priced and therefore find favor with guests.
In line with the concept, the entire bar is simulated like a real stock exchange, with proprietary software and trading servers. The bar is also lined with LCD screens, the legendary stock market 'gong', all of which add the 'traders' charm to this fun concept.
The software package that connects to the in-house POS/Kitchen Display/Till systems, links to the video system and creates a Bar Stock Exchange out of any venue.
The software is running successfully at multiple outlet since last 18 months.
Customers can observe how the price of their favorite beer is developing on TVs. Customers will pay the price which is shown on the TV when they order. Customers then receive a notification on app showing the price and the table from which they placed order. This is the price Customers pay when the waiter brings their order, even if the price has risen in the meantime.
Now and again, depending on the activities of the Items trade, the market crashes and the prices fall rapidly. So make sure to watch the price of the items on the TVs and place a quick order. Keeping up with the fluctuating item prices is both easy and entertaining.
Prices will also fluctuate in real time on several flat screen televisions throughout the bar.