On the 24th of this month Rewardle had a trading halt it was because the company was looking at raising a further $3 million in capital.
Rewardle raised $4 million through an oversubscribed Initial Public Offering; and at closing price, trades with a market capitalisation of more than $30 million.
Former Fairfax Digital manager Jack Matthews has joined Rewardle to further exploit today’s technology in the hopes of bringing Australian businesses even closer to market communities. He takes on the Chairman role alongside his own investment into the startup.
Melbourne-based startup Rewardle is staying ahead of the game, now offering time-poor coffee consumers the ability to order ahead through mere taps on their smartphones.
Rewardle, the Melbourne-based membership, points and rewards platform is on a mission to provide the marketing tools and business intelligence used by larger retail chains like Starbucks to local High St merchants. They recently added prepaid and gift card features to its offering after launching the feature during the Christmas season.
Rewardle is an Australian tech start-up that operates a membership, points and rewards platform designed to create greater engagement between customers and their favourite local merchants.
Drawing on his experience in dealing with hundreds of independent small business owners through the development of CafeScreen, Weerasooriya locked in on addressing mobile membership, loyalty and rewards for local businesses as his next venture. Weerasooriya and his team at Rewardle have been building and testing iterations of the Rewardle platform with the aim of providing convenience to consumers and assisting local businesses to leverage technology to grow