How uddr Helps Local Welsh Businesses


Uddr is an innovative and easy to use mobile app which provides a cost-effective marketing solution for businesses looking for new customers in their local area.

Established in Pontypool, uddr’s mission is to bridge the technology gap to make to supporting local businesses faster, easier and more user-friendly.

Via the free to download app, customers enter their postcode to find a range of products and services available in their area, with partners listed under easy to browse categories. Once the required product/service and supplier has been selected, the customer can select a date and time to book and pay securely within the app for fixed price services. For those businesses that require a quotation or consultation, customers can contact them directly via the integrated WhatsApp feature, enabling image sharing, instant messaging or calling if required.

David Smith, Co-founder of uddr, explains:

“In such a digital-driven world, customers expect to be able to purchase products or services without leaving their homes and now even expect to receive quick answers to their questions without even making a phone call. Uddr allows those businesses, who may not have the resources to create their own mobile app and booking systems, to take advantage of this technology in a cost-effective way.”

Any business can become an uddr partner and existing categories include; Tradespeople, Legal Services, Cleaning, Business Services, Beauty & Aesthetics, Food & Drink and Financial Services to name just a few. Charity organisations can also feature on uddr and will be given their listing free of charge.

Get in touch to find out how your business or organisation can benefit from becoming an uddr partner. Find out more at


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