Upstreet can help your company grow by rewarding your customers with fractional shares

WHOM WE SERVE

Upstreet facilitates a fractional share reward program between companies and their customers. Fractional share rewards can help to increase customer loyalty leading to larger size purchases, more frequent purchases and improved customer sentiment.

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With Upstreet, you can reward customers with your company's shares (if you are a public company) or shares in an ETF (if you are a privately held company).

For example, when a customer makes a purchase of $100, you reward them with $5 of shares.

What we do

With Upstreet, you can reward customers with your company's shares (if you are a public company) or shares in an ETF (if you are a privately held company).

For example, when a customer makes a purchase of $100, you reward them with $5 of shares.

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1. Customer share rewards
2. “On product” share rewards
2. “On product” share rewards
Customers scan a unique barcode on your product and earn shares.

Example
A customer scans a unique barcode on the label of a wine bottle and gets rewarded $4 in shares.

1. Customer share rewards
Customers can earn shares when purchasing your product online or in-store.

Example
A customer makes a $100 purchase and gets rewarded with $5 in shares.

Customer share rewards
“On product” share rewards
Customer share rewards
Customers can earn shares when purchasing your product online or in-store.

Example
A customer makes a $100 purchase and gets rewarded with $5 in shares.

2. “On product” share rewards
Customers scan a unique barcode on your product and earn shares.

Example
A customer scans a unique barcode on the label of a wine bottle and gets rewarded $4 in shares.

Upstreet’s share reward program is industry and business model agnostic. We serve B2B, B2C, B2B2C and DtC business models and work with companies in any industry, e.g., retail, finance, hospitality, insurance and services.

With Upstreet, you can reward customers with your company's shares (if you are a public company) or shares in an ETF (if you are a privately held company).

For example, when a customer makes a purchase of $100, you reward them with $5 of shares.

"This app is fantastic! Earning shares while shopping is an awesome idea. I was really excited to see shares showing up in my account. Never thought it could be so easy. Absolutely worth getting. "

- Antellyi

Apple App store review

"If anything, it [Upstreet] has made me stay longer with them [brand]."

- Ben B.

User Interview

"I didn't know much about the stock market and this app paves the way for me - low risk, low barrier for entry. "

- Trunkal L.

Google play review

"I was surprised by how easy it was to use. It's an interesting concept and it's nice to see my shares earned even though I didn't have to spend anything beyond what I would have anyhow."

- VeronicaT81

App store review

"I would recommend using Upstreet. I’ve never heard of anyone doing it before. This is a great way to get shares."

- Hoshang M

User Interview

34%
purchase more product
30%
purchase more frequently
33%
stop buying competitor products
29%
are willing to pay a premium
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34%
purchase more product
30%
purchase more frequently
33%
stop buying competitor products
29%
are willing to pay a premium

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