Consumer
Loyalty
Programs

In 1929, Betty Crocker invented the box-top loyalty program. Nearly 100 years later, little has changed: Rather than box tops, consumers collect “points” to get free stuff. With the average household holding 29 different memberships — but actively participating in just 12 — consumer loyalty is vast market that’s ripe for innovation.

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