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Offices: Ottawa, Canada (HQ), Toronto, Canada
CEO: Tom Camps
Company Story: Read here
Media Enquiries: Chris McLellan at email@example.com
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Customers: College and University Clubs and Campuses, Full Service Restaurants, Quick Service Restaurants, Coffee Shops, Food Trucks, Sports Arenas, Corporate Teams, Consumer App (integration partnerships)
Retail Products: ChangeJar Merchant (POS), ChangeJar Social, Order Ahead, Scan & Go, Park & Go, Smart Rewards
Corporate Products: Team Perks
Partner Products: Payment API
ChangeJar opens up mobile commerce services for food and beverage retailers – Betakit, July 4, 2018
Innovation stakeholders differ on new IP strategy – Research Money, May 17, 2018
IBM launches incubator at Invest Ottawa – Betakit, September 27, 2017
ChangeJar sits at the intersection of mobile commerce and conversational commerce. Our leadership team is available for guest speaking opportunities.
Tom Camps is founder, president and CEO of ChangeJar Inc, his third startup.
ChangeJar is focussed on increasing consumer preference for cash payments in retail. ChangeJar leverages Camps’ deep industry relationships and experience with large-scale retail, including QSRs and multi-brand locations.
He previously founded BOLDstreet Wireless (sold in 2014), which operated retail Wi-Fi networks across North America for AT&T, Bell Mobility, Rogers and Telus
- Mobile Commerce
Chris McLellan is a veteran startup growth marketer with international experience.
Prior to ChangeJar, he headed growth at VarageSale (Sequoia, Real Ventures), and Hailo (USV, Accel). As a consultant, Chris managed the launch of Lyft in Toronto and co-developed Flexday, a coworking marketplace for restaurants.
In 2017, Chris founded Ask AI, a educational non-profit supporting a more inclusive Canadian artificial intelligence sector with events, a podcast, and chatbot.
- Growth Marketing
- Chatbots / Conversational Commerce
- Applied Artificial Intelligence
57% of peak time orders processed via mobile phone app at Starbucks.
94% of US millennials have used their phones to place fast food orders
$38 billion estimated size of advanced mobile ordering segment at US Quick Serve Restaurants by 2020
3.8% estimated price increase for Canadian food menus in 2018 due to rising costs.
Source: Chris Elliot, Senior Economist, Restaurants Canada