Fetch Rewards Establishes Birmingham, Alabama, Operations Center
Located in the Parkside District downtown, the company has a remote-first hybrid office model, giving its distributed workforce the option of working from anywhere while providing the infrastructure for in-person collaboration when needed.
“With Fetch continuing to grow exponentially, Birmingham is the perfect place to launch the next chapter of our expansion,” said Wes Schroll, the company’s CEO and founder. “It’s an up-and-coming technology and entrepreneurship hub with an incredible pool of local talent. We deeply appreciate the warm welcome we’ve received from state and county officials, and we’re so excited to be part of this community.”
The investment reflects the Madison, Wisconsin-based company’s rapid growth trajectory as it continues to scale its technology and expand its employee headcount to pursue its goal of being the leading rewards platform.
“Birmingham is rapidly becoming a dynamic hub for tech-focused businesses with solid growth potential, and Fetch Rewards is a top-notch addition to the scene taking shape in the city,” said Greg Canfield, Secretary of the Alabama Department of Commerce.
Fetch Rewards is a mobile shopping platform that rewards shoppers. The company app gives users the easiest way to save on everyday purchases by simply scanning their receipt. For brand partners, the platform allows them to understand a 360 degree view of shopping habits, and to meaningfully reward a customer's individual loyalty.
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