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LoveSpoils

LoveSpoils rewards you for your significant other's shopping. For example, when a woman buys shoes, her man earns LoveSpoils to buy a TV.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded June 2011
  • Employees 3
  • Website lovespoils.com

Company Summary

LoveSpoils rewards you for your significant other's shopping. Couples fight about shopping. 60% of women hide shopping from their significant others, and 30% of couples have secret credit cards. This tension and secrecy costs retailers sales. LoveSpoils solves this. At LoveSpoils, when a woman what buys she wants, her man earns LoveSpoils to buy what he wants (and vice versa). We target couples, ages 25 to 54, who earn $75K a year in total.

Team

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    Evan Michael Richter
    CEO

    Evan received his undergraduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. There, he earned a dual degree from the Wharton School and the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Finance and US History. After Penn, he worked as an Investment Professional at Insight Venture Partners, an over $5 billion VC and PE firm investing in the software and Internet spaces. At Insight, Evan originated and analyzed proprietary investments for the fund.

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    Matt Louchheim
    President/COO

    Matt studied History at Yale. He then worked at IHI, where he was National Field Manager for its 100K Lives Campaign. Matt developed a network of stakeholders to spread best practices in hospitals. Matt then received his MBA from Stanford. From there, Matt was a consultant at BCG working with consumer and technology clients. Matt also worked for Bobrick Washroom Equipment, an international manufacturer of commercial building products.

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    Todd Zino
    CTO

    Todd studied Math at Drexel. He loves data modeling and scaling new products in digital media and marketing. Todd was the Lead Engineer at Demdex, the first independent real-time Data Management Platform for Advertisers and Publishers which was acquired by Adobe in 2011. He continued to lead all core architecture for the Adobe Audience Manager throughout 2011. He has served in lead engineering roles at CDNs and IPTVs before building Demdex.

Advisors

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    Daniel Wu, Fortis General Counsel
    Lawyer
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    Mark Baumohl, RBZ
    Accountant
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Previous Investors

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    Lee Linden
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    Deborah Oppenheimer
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    Friends and family
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