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Couptivate is an online wallet that helps you track, organize, redeem and get the most out of your daily deals.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location New York City, NY, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2011
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

Couptivate is a wallet that aggregates coupons and daily deal purchases. It enables calendar-based, location-based and socially-based decision support for when and where to redeem daily deal purchases. Users think we're awesome.


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    Sarah Schneider

    Sarah is an experienced software project manager and an avid deal purchaser. She struggled to keep track of her deals (using a spreadsheet) before creating Couptivate. Sarah is Director of Client Services at a fashion industry software startup, where she leads software discovery and implementations. Sarah graduated from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, with a concentration in Computer Information Systems.

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    Julian Tree

    Julian is an experienced software developer, with over 14 years of experience at large corporations (OmniCom, Fortune City) and tech startups. Most recently he led development for and founded Process Case, a mobile and web application which handles 150,000+ jobs/month on behalf of 47 process serving companies and 878 law firms. His favorite deals are for dance classes.

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    David Magier
    COO, General Counsel

    David is a corporate lawyer (formerly of Debevoise & Plimpton) who focuses on investment fund formation and also counsels tech startups (including group buying and daily deal startups) on a broad range of legal issues. David attended the University of Pennsylvania and Emory University School of Law, where he concentrated on legal issues surrounding technology commercialization and entrepreneurship.

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    Eric Adolfsen

    Eric is a creative director and artist. He is a board member of AIGA New York and on the faculty of the School of Visual Arts. Until recently, Eric was a director at Brand New School, the film, animation, design and interactive studio. During his time there, he co-lead the rebrand of Cartoon Network and directed commercials including the ʻ$5 Footlongʼ campaign for Subway and others for clients like BBC and HP. Eric received an MFA from Yale.


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    David Steinberg

Previous Investors

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    Morton Schneider (Managing Director, Golden Seeds)