SnipSnap allows anyone to convert a printed coupon into a digital, mobile format, which they can easily search and retrieve on their smartphone. All a user needs to do is snap a picture of the offer (be it from a newspaper insert, direct-mail piece, or otherwise) and the app works its magic to scan all of the printed text and images. Once scanned, a user can not only redeem, but also get expiration-date notifications and in-store reminders.
Ted Mann left Gannett (Ted was Digital Development Director for the 6 NJ newspapers) to found SnipSnap and build the company after being accepted into the DreamIt Ventures accelerator program. Kostas Nasis was formerly CTO for a mobile development firm, Amphetamobile, and Kyle Martin was a Senior Multimedia Designer at QVC.
Funding Rounds (3) - $2.85MUpdate
Current Team (7)Update
Board Members and Advisors (3)Update
|Oct 2, 2016||Buffalo News - Free apps can save you money|
|Aug 11, 2016||TechCrunch - Craves’ new fashion app tells you what the celebs are wearing and finds you similar items|
|Feb 1, 2016||Fierce Retail IT - Best Buy offers scan-to-shop in mobile app|
|Dec 16, 2015||PRNewswire All - SnipSnap Selects Indix to Power Mobile Price Match Concierge|
|Dec 9, 2015||Huffington Post - Tech - 13 Free Apps That Make Holiday Shopping Less Stressful|
|Nov 5, 2015||Fierce Retail IT - Mobile visual search unlocks m-commerce|
|Nov 4, 2015||Fast Company - How Startup SnipSnap Used Slack To Prototype Its App's Coolest Feature|
|Nov 2, 2015||Examiner.com - Price Match any item, anywhere anytime... and in seconds|
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