|Traded as||NYSE: COUP|
|CEO and founder: Steven Boal|
Coupons.com, Inc. is a public company founded in 1998 in Mountain View, CA. Steven Boal is the founder and CEO of Coupons, Inc. Coupons.com offers digital coupons, including online printable, social, mobile and loyalty card promotions. Sunday newspapers have traditionally been the dominant distribution method for coupons; in 2009 it was estimated by Coupons.com that approximately half of the redeemed coupons in the United States originated from weekly supplements in Sunday papers. In June 2011, after receiving approximately $200 million of new investment, its value was estimated at a billion dollars. In October 2011, Greylock Partners announced an investment of up to $30 million in a secondary market purchase of company shares. In June 2012, Bay Area News Group named Coupons.com to its list of Top Workplaces 2012.
Clients include consumer packaged goods brands (including Clorox, General Mills, Johnson & Johnson, Kellogg’s, Kimberly-Clark, and Kraft Foods), leading restaurant, toy and entertainment companies, as well as top retailers (such as A&P, CVS, Duane Reade, H-E-B, Kmart, Kroger, Safeway, ShopRite and Walgreens).  Coupons.com also has an affiliate marketing program called Brandcaster which is aimed at long tail users. In November 2010, Yahoo announced that it was including coupons.com offers in its new local deals offering. In June 2013 Coupons.com released the KitchMe app for Google Glass, the first cooking application for Google Glass. With the KitchMe app users can search for recipes, make shopping lists, and receive step-by-step cooking instructions.
Coupons.com is being tracked as one of the 30 companies in China, Europe, and the United States valued at $1 billion or more by venture-capital firms.
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