A new shopping and rewards app, Moneyworks, hit the Google Play store yesterday. Another shopping and rewards app? Yes. But Moneyworks, which launched but a week ago, offers a bit of a twist in that it is predictive and can push relevant offers to users before users are even aware of theRead More
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The money is still flowing into FInTech startups. Two veteran players, Personal Capital and Cardlytics, both scored big today with funding rounds of $50 million and $70 million, respectively.
The financial innovation community in the US is a jaded bunch – NFC? Nobody f-ing cares. PFM? Yawn. Mobile wallet? I’ll just use my credit card. Entrepreneurs in the US keep chipping away at pain points and payments friction, but it can seem like an uphill battle. When European companiesRead More
Card-linked offers company Cardlytics is set to expand its location-based offerings in 2014. The company already facilitates targeted marketing based on location, frequency of visits, and amount spent. Cardlytics analyzes bank statement data in order to provide retailers with leads, customers with personalized offers, and banks with more engaged customers,Read More
Atlanta-based rewards company Cardlytics now counts 33 million active users at 400 financial institutions. “Scale matters,” SVP of marketing Kasey Byrne told Bank Innovation. The company also shared its product development plans with Bank Innovation, and those plans are notable. In September 2012, the company had 320 bank clients, soRead More
Europe has long been more aggressive about banking innovation than other regions around the world, especially the US. Despite the Squares and Stripes and whatnot here in America, that still appears to be the case. These are the nine notable Euro innovations that surfaced this week at Finovate Europe, theRead More
Bank of America’s version of Groupon has rolled out to its online banking customers nationwide this week. The program first piloted last January.