Scoopon has helped over 2 million Australian’s live life for less, with amazing daily deals on lifestyle experiences and products.
Founded by brothers Gabby and Hezi Leibovich in 2010, Scoopon is part of the Catch Group, which includes Australia’s number 1 online department store, catchoftheday.com.au, grocery site groceryrun.com.au, an online shopping destination for mums and their families with mumgo.com.au, and food ordering and delivery service Eatnow.com.au.
In June 2011 the group received $80 million in funding from a consortium of investors comprising James Packer’s Consolidated Press Holdings, international investment firm Tiger Global and Andrew Basset from Seek, cementing its position as the leading ecommerce group in Australia.
With a combined subscriber base of over 3.5 million members, the group regularly receives over one million Australian visitors in a day (24 hour period), and receives on average one order every 1 second.
Scoopon and its related business are headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, and employ over 300 people.
|Jun 2, 2015||ZD Net - Catch of the Day rectifies data breach|
|Feb 3, 2015||Startup Daily - UPDATED: EatNow, owned by CatchOfTheDay has officially merged with Menulog.|
|Sep 19, 2014||Startup Daily - The Catch Group launches their latest site YumTable|
|Jul 23, 2014||ZD Net - Catch of the Day failed to inform AFP on data breach|
|Jul 21, 2014||ZD Net - Catch of the Day delays informing Privacy Commissioner of breach|
|Jul 18, 2014||ZD Net - Catch of the Day waits 3 years to reveal data breach|
|Dec 18, 2013||ZD Net - Visa digital wallet service V.me launches in Oz|
|Dec 17, 2013||ZD Net - Federal Court fines Scoopon AU$1m for misleading conduct|
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