ShopBack is an e-commerce platform that allows shoppers to receive cashback rewards when making purchases on popular retail websites. ShopBack is headquartered in Singapore and shoppers can utilize its platform to find deals, easily pay for their purchases both in-store and online, and get cashback rewards for those purchases. ShopBack works through commission its partner stores send to the company, in which the purchaser receives a portion of that commission payout.

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News Highlights

Shoppers to reap rewards from Westpac’s ShopBack partnership
Westpac has invested US$30 million (AU$44 million) in the ShopBack Group, one of Asia-Pacific’s leading shopping and rewards platforms, in a move to provide customers with bonus cashback offers and more digital experiences.
Temasek’s 65 Equity Partners Pours $80 Million Into ShopBack
Startup eyes going public though hasn’t decided on timing: CEO
Updated on: May 26, 2024


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