Ibotta is a technology company building tools to empower consumers and simplify their daily lives. We've done this by completely reimagining the way consumers learn about and interact with their favorite brands. The result is a mobile experience that replaces couponing with fun game-like interactions giving consumers what they actually want: rebates redeemable in all major retailers, and real cash rewards instead of credit or points.
Bryan founded Ibotta in 2011 when he realized the need for a more innovative approach to connecting brands, retailers, and consumers through mobile technology. Prior to Ibotta, Bryan was a partner at a leading law firm and clerked for Justice David Souter at the U.S. Supreme Court. Bryan is a graduate of Harvard, Oxford, and Yale Law School. He sits on the Board of the Association of Marshall Scholars.
Luke leads Ibotta's software development and product teams. Before joining Ibotta, Luke was VP Engineering at Photobucket, a company whose technology scaled to hundreds of millions of users and hosted billions of images before being acquired by Fox Interactive Media. Luke is a graduate of the University of Colorado, where he earned a degree in Computer Science.
Rich runs Ibotta's marketing efforts and works closely with our brand and retail partners. He joined Ibotta from H.J. Heinz, where he worked in Brand Management across both Consumer and Foodservice brands, and prior to that worked in the advertising industry. He is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business and UCLA.
Kane manages Ibotta's brand and retail relationships and helps clients get the most out of Ibotta's platform. Kane joined Ibotta from McKinsey & Co., where he worked in the CPG and Retail Consulting Group. Kane has extensive experience advising senior management at the country’s largest retailers and CPG companies. He is a graduate of Harvard Business School and Indiana University.
If something is fun, interactive, and easy, and it's valuable to my shopping experience, then I will try it."
...with a new gaming app from a Denver-based startup, you can legitimately get cash when you buy certain products."