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, US
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
GPShopper was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in New York, US

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GPShopper Office Locations

GPShopper has offices in New York and Chicago
New York, US (HQ)
584 Broadway #904
Chicago, US
33 N LaSalle St
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GPShopper Financials and Metrics

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$3 m


In total, GPShopper had raised $3 m. GPShopper is a subsidiary of Synchrony Financial

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GPShopper Online and Social Media Presence

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GPShopper Blogs

GPShopper survey finds that 61% of Gen Z consumers prefer shopping in-store

With Millennials and Gen Z spending a combined $300+ billion per year, it’s crucial for retailers to understand their shopping habits, demands and preferences. We surveyed over 1,400 of these influential consumers. Our research includes: The preferred mobile…

5 Game-Changing In-Store Experiences

Despite numerous claims that brick and mortar retail is dead, research is showing that success lies in exceptional in-store experiences. And while driving sales is vital, retailers and brands must also give customers a compelling reason to visit their stores. Jack Morton said it best, “R…

2019 HOT LIST – Emerging Brands to Follow in the New Year

The next generation of breakthrough brands is coming to market with a wide breadth of retail trends, from sustainability and transparent pricing to women and influencer-owned. This group of up-and-comers will be some of the most exciting brands to watch in 2019:

GPShopper's 5 Most Popular Articles of 2018

The Best of GPShopper 2018 Our most read articles in 2018 covered topics and trends including emerging retailers, millennial shopping trends, in-store experiences, social media best practices and Crate and Barrel’s mobile app case study. 2018 HOT LIST – Emerging Retailers to Watch i…

8 Shopping Trends We Love

Let’s cut straight to the chase…the retail landscape is ultra-competitive and continuously changing. To stay relevant, more and more retailers will be implementing these 8 shopping features in 2019. Encourage Customers to Recycle Old Textiles Last month, I attended REMODE 2018. The con…

GPShopper study finds Americans want to buy online and pick-up in-store this holiday

GPShopper, the leading mobile commerce and engagement platform for retailers that want to create custom app experiences for customers, released new research into consumers’ holiday shopping preferences and found that Americans that shop for gifts during the holidays prioritize convenienc…
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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, BTG and Kanten.

  • 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.