Yopto, founded in 2011, is the developer of an eCommerce marketing platform designed to help businesses put all their retention solutions in one place. Yopto describes the platform as being built “to drive more sales and repeat shoppers”, which it aims to do by integrating a company’s reviews, loyalty, SMS marketing, referrals, email marketing, and more into one place.

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Management Team

Tomer Tagrin
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Ophir Reshef
Chief Financial Officer
Omri Cohen
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer

Board Members

Adam Fisher
Bessemer Venture Partners
Aviad Ariel
Vertex Ventures Israel
Christopher Gottschalk
Blumberg Capital
Nimrod Cohen
PLUS Ventures
Yodfat Buchris
Blumberg Capital
Yuval Shachar
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News Highlights

Yotpo Announces Email Marketing For eCommerce Brands, Leveraging Full Platform Connections to Drive Retention

Yotpo is proud to announce a powerful new email marketing solution designed to help eCommerce brands increase customer retention and drive more sales from repeat customers.

This Israeli tech unicorn is doubling down on Australia

Israeli ecommerce marketing technology unicorn Yotpo is doubling down on its Australian operations, establishing a regional headquarters in Sydney’s Tech Central and investing more than $10 million in the country in 2023.

Yotpo Announces Click-to-Buy Feature to Accelerate Purchase Through SMS

Yotpo is doubling down on SMS. Following Yotpo’s acquisition of SMSBump, which is now entirely integrated into the platform, the company is launching its click-to-buy feature, aiming to advance personalization through text messaging with content that is timed, tailored and relevant to the consumer.

Yotpo Accepting Applicants for Black-Owned Business Accelerator

Yotpo’s business is about helping brands strengthen their relationships with consumers using unified, data-driven solutions for loyalty, SMS marketing, reviews and more.
Updated on: Jul 25, 2024

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