Norbit creates branded loyalty apps for shopping centres, allowing customers to earn points and prizes from shopping in store.
Looking to solve provide users a chance to collect and spend loyalty points across a broad spectrum of merchants and sectors is startup Loyalty App.
New partnership between Rewardle and Air Asia gives us a glimpse into the startup’s future revenue strategy
Melbourne-based startup Rewardle (ASX:RXH) has announced a major commercial partnership with AirAsia that will allow Rewardle members – there are almost 1 million – to trade small business loyalty points for AirAsia flight vouchers. This could see members flying to anywhere on the AirAsia network, which includes over 100 destinations across ASEAN and beyond.
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.
Rewardle Holdings Ltd, the holding company that owns Melbourne-based startup Rewardle Pty Ltd, has recently opened up its Initial Public Offering (IPO), according to a prospectus that was lodged with ASIC on the 20th of August.
In response to the proliferation of wearable tech, Melbourne-based startup Rewardle has released its first version of a technology that will enable independent local merchants to accept payments from their customers via smartwatches.
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.
Ellen DeGeneres’ star-studded Oscar’s Selfie sent Twitter into meltdown, earning itself the title of the most retweeted photo in the history of Twitter. Inspired by this event, Melbourne-based startup Rewardle has just released a feature that turns their membership, points and rewards system into a “Selfie station”.
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.