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SaverLife's Products & Differentiation
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Our SaverLife Solutions team works directly with companies and not-for-profits to design financial health interventions that leverage the SaverLife technology platform. We employ a consultative approach with our clients to 1) Initially understand their financial health goals 2) Provide initial concepts about the type of incentives and challenges that will achieve those goals as well as proposing initial marketing and outreach channels and 3) Alongside our partners, finalize designs, marketing and outreach strategy and launch timelines.
When was SaverLife founded?
SaverLife was founded in 2001.
Where is SaverLife's headquarters?
SaverLife's headquarters is located at 235 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
What is SaverLife's latest funding round?
SaverLife's latest funding round is Loan.
How much did SaverLife raise?
SaverLife raised a total of $2M.
Who are SaverLife's competitors?
Competitors of SaverLife include Even and 2 more.
What products does SaverLife offer?
SaverLife's products include SaverLife.
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