Shopkick: We Made Partners $110 Million
The makers of location-based shopping app Shopkick said this week that it made more $100 million in revenue for its partners last year.
"Some mobile services drive people out of stores, not into stores, with online comparison shopping that turn stores into 'showrooms.' Shopkick does the opposite," Cyriac Roeding, CEO of Shopkick, said as part of the announcement.
"Shopkick drives people into stores by rewarding them with things they love just for visiting. That helped drive $110 million in revenue with shopkick partners – last year alone. It's a win-win-win between retailers, brands and consumers."