Small Businesses Can Now get Corporate Sized Deals

Finally a platform has launched where small business owners can take advantage of corporate sized deals. Rewardli, a San Francisco based company founded by two Canadians George Favvas and JS Boulanger, launched today at TechCrunch Disrupt. The launch came with positive feedback and high hopes for the platform as more and more SMB’s recognize the benefits of group buying.

“It just doesn’t seem fair that large corporations are the ones getting bulk discounts, while small businesses can’t because of their lack of volume purchases. We launched Rewardli to help small business owners group together to receive the same sort of treatment”, says Mr. Favvas, Co-Founder.

Rewardli lets small businesses tap the buying power of their social graph by offering better deals on the products and services they need most. With 60 vendors and counting from Expedia, GoDaddy, and Priceline, Rewardli is the best way to earn cash back on the services and products small businesses buy anyway.

The browser extension adds even more opportunity to get cash back. Once installed, the user is notified when the site they are visiting is a participating vendor. The savings show up as a drop down menu that quickly dissolves to show the site. Clicking on the drop down brings you to that deal for instant savings.


Participants can even create their own groups to increase their buying power and ultimately their savings. The more people a user invites into the platform the more they all save. It’s win-win for all.

It’s free to use. Join thousands of small business owners today at www.rewardli.com.

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