GPShopper is a mobile commerce and engagement platform for retailers and brands that want to create custom app experiences for their customers. Its native mobile apps and proprietary SDK empower retailers to drive customer engagement and loyalty through multiple touchpoints, both digitally and in-store, using technology to transform the total retail experience. This is all done with an unmatched degree of scalability and security. Some of the world’s biggest retailers are part of the GPShopper family, including Boohoo, Crate & Barrel, Foot Locker, Lands’ End, Lane Bryant, Stance, Steve Madden, Tillys and more. 

Parent CompanySynchrony Financial
HQNew York, NY, US
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
GPShopper was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in New York, NY, US

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GPShopper Office Locations

GPShopper has offices in New York and Chicago
New York, NY, US (HQ)
584 Broadway #904
Chicago, IL, US
33 N LaSalle St
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In total, GPShopper had raised $3 m. GPShopper is a subsidiary of Synchrony Financial

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GPShopper Blogs

7 Brands Winning at Sustainability

Sustainable fashion has come a long way – so much so that there are more eco-friendly brands than ever before. With labels like Everlane leading the way, there’s proof that sustainability and style can go hand in hand. Whether you’re new to eco-friendly fashion or not, here are seven sus…

WWD: As Men's Wear Skyrockets, Retailers Need to Reconsider Strategy

Excerpt from WWD Written by Maya MikhailovRetail is constantly evolving, meaning retailers and brands alike are finding themselves re-strategizing and adjusting their priorities. With increased technology innovations and new demographics taking interest in fashion, we’ve witnessed the ma…

Retail Pop-Ups: A $10 Billion Industry

Bridging the gap between online and offline has been a topic of conversation for years. However, in order to thrive in today’s economy, new brands and pure play retailers must explore offline opportunities. Rather than signing a traditional three to five-year lease, brands are turning to …

SXSW: Intersection of Retail & Tech

  We recently covered some of our favorite in-store experiences at SXSW but we also loved the focus on technology's ever-evolving role in in retail. The Style & Retail track specifically highlighted how retailers are using technology to connect to consumers. Here a…

SXSW & The In-Store Experience

Retail is starting to play a larger role at SXSW. This year, we saw more brand executives emphasize the importance of the in-store experience and ensuring those experiences not only align with the brand, but meet customer expectations and demands. In-store activation wasn't just l…

Shoptalk 2019 Recap: Key Takeaways and Retailer Case Studies

Shoptalk continues to get better and better, year after year. With its fourth year in the books, there’s no denying that Shoptalk has become the “it” retail conference. While I spent a majority of my time in sessions, I couldn’t help but take full advantage of the Zen Lounge and Caricatu…
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GPShopper Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was GPShopper founded?

    GPShopper was founded in 2007.

  • How many employees does GPShopper have?

    GPShopper has 77 employees.

  • Who are GPShopper competitors?

    Competitors of GPShopper include Bindo, Instabase and BTG.

  • Where is GPShopper headquarters?

    GPShopper headquarters is located at 584 Broadway #904, New York.

  • Where are GPShopper offices?

    GPShopper has offices in New York and Chicago.

  • How many offices does GPShopper have?

    GPShopper has 2 offices.