Mission: We combine the power of technology and community to deliver savings to the world.
Best Places to Work: 2014 (#14)
RetailMeNot employees attended this year's Central Texas Women in Leadership Symposium, which aims to bring together a diverse mix of successful women leaders to discuss topical themes and share experiences. We're proud to sponsor this, and other events in Texas, focused on supporting women!
We value collaboration and transparency, and our offices are a physical representation of our ambitious, fun atmosphere! Check out more about our themed office in Built in Austin: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQNwv
RetailMeNot, Inc. is a leading digital savings destination connecting consumers with retailers, restaurants and brands, both online and in-store. We are a top shopping app and we enable consumers to save money while they shop online, in-store and on mobile and while they dine out. We offer our partners a scalable platform that enables them to connect with shoppers anytime, anywhere and drive sales.
Values of RetailMeNot, Inc.
Diverse and Inclusive
Challenge the status quo. Act like an entrepreneur. At RetailMeNot, we’ve disrupted an industry, and millions of consumers have followed. We partner with large, national retailers to help them facilitate sales. We are committed to continuous innovation—and we’re looking for the best and the brightest to help us solve tough challenges and shake things up.
Employee Benefits & Perks
RetailMeNot, Inc. strives to support and grow our most important asset—our employees. We offer exciting employment opportunities, generous employee programs and benefits, along with fun perks all wrapped up in a friendly, diverse and success-oriented office culture.
Medical, dental and vision coverage and plan options
401(k) plan with company match
Life and disabilities insurance
Long Term Incentive Plan (LTIP)
Open vacation policy
Catered lunch four days per week and breakfast on Mondays
Fully stocked kitchens to enjoy during business hours
Monthly reimbursements for cell phones and gym memberships
Free downtown parking
Artwork reimbursement to add a touch of your personality to the space
Peer recognition programs
Opportunity to work alongside smart, friendly people in a successful, fast-paced, collaborative environment
Hip new offices with open work spaces, located in the heart of downtown
Team Member Recognition
Team Members are encouraged to recognize one another for going above and beyond. Quarterly, a few Team Members are nominated to spin "The Wheel" to win a grand prize, which could be anything from free movie tickets for a year to a 2-minute shopping spree.
Cotter Cunningham is the founder, president and CEO of RetailMeNot, Inc., the world's largest digital offers marketplace. Founded in 2009, RetailMeNot, Inc. has grown to more than 500 employees with offices in four countries and headquartered in Austin, TX. In 2013, the company facilitated an estimated $3.5 billion in merchant sales. The company has raised over $700 million from public and private investors including an IPO in July 2013 (NASDAQ: SALE).
Prior to RetailMeNot, Cotter was the senior vice president and COO of Bankrate Inc. (NYSE: RATE) for seven years, taking the company public in 1999 and growing its revenues eight-fold over his tenure. Cotter was also a vice president and general manager with advertising agency VML and worked in the corporate development group at H&R Block, where he was primarily with its CompuServe subsidiary. He wrote the book "Your Financial Action Plan: 12 Simple Steps to Achieve Money Success." He has an MBA from Vanderbilt University and lives in Austin, TX.
Kelli leads all of RetailMeNot, Inc.'s partner management, advertising sales, operations and merchandising duties. She also manages the integration of domestic and international acquisitions for the company. Since joining RetailMeNot, Inc. in 2009 as employee number two, Beougher has instrumentally grown the company in the United States and abroad by expanding the portfolio of websites and growing a team of top talent. Prior to RetailMeNot, Inc., she was the senior vice president at LinkShare, where she was responsible for advertiser and publisher services and all lines of business in North America. Kelli started her career in GE Capital's management program. At GE, she held roles in client and corporate marketing and Six Sigma operations. Kelli holds a bachelor of business administration from the University of Texas at Austin.
Thomas Aylor is RetailMeNot, Inc.’s chief financial officer. As the head of the global finance organization, Thomas manages both the financial accounting and international finance teams. Thomas joined RetailMeNot in 2012 as VP of finance and principal accounting officer.
Thomas brings many years of experience to the company, including expertise in strategic financial transactions and public company compliance from previous roles at Arthur Andersen and Ernst & Young. During his 12-year tenure at Ernst & Young, he served clients ranging from growth-stage technology companies to Fortune 500 companies.
Thomas holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from Texas State University.
Chris Copeland is the senior vice president of engineering for RetailMeNot. He oversees engineering teams in four offices internationally that are responsible for delivery of the product roadmap and application of technology to drive the business. Chris joined RetailMeNot in 2011 and has held multiple engineering roles, including senior engineer, director and vice president.
Prior to joining RetailMeNot, Chris served as director of engineering for BorgSolutions Inc. Chris began his career in software and data engineering at Motive Inc., BroadJump Inc. and pcOrder.com Inc.
Throughout his tenure in engineering and engineering leadership, Chris has focused on hiring and growing top talent, building efficient processes and scaling software.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from the University of Texas at Austin.
Marissa Tarleton is the chief marketing officer of RetailMeNot, Inc, in North America. In this role, she directs all consumer brand advertising, customer acquisition and retention, search engine marketing, public relations, internal communications, business-to-business marketing, and customer relationship management. Prior to RetailMeNot, Marissa led marketing for Dell Inc.'s North America Consumer and Small Business organization.
Lou Agnese is the senior vice president and general manager of RetailMeNot's international businesses. Lou joined the company in 2011 as general counsel and corporate secretary, and has served in various capacities during his tenure, including interim CFO, and Senior Vice President and General Manager, Gift Cards.
Prior to RetailMeNot, Lou was an attorney with DLA Piper LLP and Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, representing numerous companies in capital markets transactions, public company compliance obligations, and a wide range of private and public mergers and acquisitions.
Lou has a Juris Doctor from the University of Texas School of Law and a Bachelor of Business Administration in international business with a minor in Japanese from the University of the Incarnate Word.
Mausam Bhatt is the senior vice president of product for RetailMeNot, Inc. and leads product vision and strategy for RetailMeNot in the U.S. and oversees the company's product road map and execution.Prior to RetailMeNot, Mausam served as vice president, product and business at Flipkart, a leading ecommerce and mcommerce marketplace in India where he led efforts to establish and grow mobile commerce from the ground up.
As RetailMeNot’s senior vice president of retail and brand solutions, John Theiss leads efforts to deepen its relationships with the largest retailers, brands and advertisers in North America. His responsibilities include managing the company’s sales organization and serving as the voice of the advertiser at the executive level. Prior to RetailMeNot, John served in a variety of leadership roles in the mobile technology and payments space, most notably with Softcard, the mobile commerce solution joint venture with Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. He also had a long career at American Express, where for more than 25 years, he led multiple organizations including sales, client management and business development with a focus in the merchant division of the company.
Jonathan Kaplan is the chief legal officer of RetailMeNot, Inc. He manages all aspects of the company's global legal and government affairs, including corporate governance, compliance, labor and employment, litigation, contracts, and M&A concerns. Jonathan has broad experience advising private and public companies in matters related to corporate governance, public company compliance, mergers and acquisitions, and capital markets transactions.
Prior to joining RetailMeNot, Jonathan was a corporate and transactional attorney at the international law firms DLA Piper LLP, Vinson & Elkins LLP and Latham & Watkins LLP. Jonathan has a J.D. from the University of California at Davis, King Hall School of Law (Order of the Coif) and a B.A. with honors from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
Senior Vice President, People
As Senior Vice President, People, at RetailMeNot, John Adcock leads the full spectrum of human resource functions including the global workforce strategy, culture and engagement, talent acquisition and development, compensation and benefits, and training and development.
John has nearly 20 years of human resources experience and most recently served as the vice president of human resources at HomeAway, supporting the full organization in hiring, development and growth of its worldwide talent. Prior to HomeAway, John was at Dell for 11 years in various HR business partner roles as well as leading learning-and-development teams. At American Airlines he led efforts to redefine performance management and leadership development.
John holds a Master of Science degree in psychology from the University of North Texas and a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Texas Christian University.
Life in Austin
RetailMeNot, Inc. is headquartered in Austin, Texas—the "Live Music Capital of the World." Austin is a vibrant city that consistently ranks at the top of the Best Places to Live lists (as reported by CNN Money, Forbes, U.S. News & World Report, just to name a few).
Located in the heart of downtown, RetailMeNot, Inc. is surrounded by the best Austin has to offer—the annual South By Southwest Conference, Austin City Limits Music Festival, miles of running and biking trails at Lady Bird Lake and the greenbelt, world-class concert venues and funky bars and restaurants to unwind after work. Dubbed Silicon Hills, Austin is home to one of the hottest tech scenes in the United States. It's a great place to work, play and advance your career.
"RetailMeNots" also enjoy a bevy of office perks, including breakfast and lunch catered weekly, fully stocked kitchens and company Segways to hop around on for errands downtown. And we totally know how to celebrate a stellar quarter, with parties, get-togethers and spur-of-the-moment fetes.
Life in London
From the funky, spacious offices in the heart of Clerkenwell, RetailMeNot, Inc. UK Ltd. is perfectly placed to enjoy the area's countless cafes, bars and restaurants, or to take a stroll through the historic markets that make the district famous. Clerkenwell is one of the most notable and culturally rich areas of London, and its close proximity to both the City and West End makes it a magnet for the capital's creative and tech scene—it's also the perfect place to pop out for a beer after work!
RetailMeNot, Inc. UK employees are treated to a range of fun-packed company events every year, the highlight of which is our annual holiday, where the whole company jets off to a European city for a well-deserved summer break. Our comfy offices also offer plenty of opportunity to unwind, with video games, toys and free breakfast and snacks for employees every day.
Life in Paris
The Paris office, which was opened in February 2013, is located in the heart of the city and is a stone’s throw from Opéra, Galeries Lafayette and the Palais-Royal, to name just a few of the famous sights nearby. While the neighborhood boasts many tourist attractions, it is also a thriving business district and home to many up-and-coming tech companies. The historic textile district, known as the Sentier, is located here and is responsible for the area’s new nickname, "Silicon Sentier." Many popular stores, as well as a wide range of restaurants and take-away specialty shops are within walking distance.
Everyone plays an important role in the Paris office. Teamwork is highly valued, whether it’s with one another, the Vannes team or our RetailMeNot peers from around the world. The overall experience is truly international and interactive. During breaks, employees enjoy free drinks, snacks and other perks, including a weekly convivial team breakfast. The environment is fun, friendly and inviting, and everyone works hard to contribute toward a common set of goals.
Life in Vannes
In France, RetailMeNot, Inc. is located in Vannes, a rich cultural city on the south coast of Brittany. The city center is only a short walk away and is famous for its gothic cathedral, winding medieval roads and old city wall. Located near one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Vannes offers stunning walks along the coast with great views of rugged nature and blossoming wildlife. Vannes is also a hotspot for boat lovers who rendezvous here for special events like Gulf Week. The city also organizes events and concerts year-round to entertain its local population and visitors.
At RetailMeNot, Inc. France, we enjoy letting our hair down! Table tennis, darts and a chess board are all at the disposal of employees. The town of Vannes offers a host of activities for employees to enjoy after work, including swimming, bowling, cinema, gyms and great views while jogging by the edge of the sea. Post-work, RetailMeNot staff will often gather for a drink in one of the many lively pubs and restaurants near the office.
The atmosphere at RetailMeNot, Inc. France is relaxed and fun. All employees are passionate about their work and arrive every morning motivated for the day ahead. The lively environment helps each of them surpass themselves and rise to all challenges.
I have been working at RetailMeNot full-time (Less than a year)
I work with smart, nice, collaborative co-workers who are solving interesting problems to grow the company and deliver savings to consumers in new and innovative ways. Some part of my work is fun every day and a large part of that is due to company culture and nature of the business.
The company is still catching up with its prior explosive growth by implementing much needed processes. The business model needs to evolve to continue having success, but that is recognized and progress is being made.
I applied online. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at RetailMeNot (Phoenix, AZ).
I was contacted by an internal recruiter and participated in a phone interview with her, then a phone interview with the Ops Manager and a third phone interview with the person leaving the role.
I was then invited for an on-site interview with a Facilities Coordinator who advised her role was to make sure I was as good fit for the culture a Returns Lead, Product Manager, the the 5 person team this role supervises, and finally the Ops Manager I had already interviewed with over the phone.
I waited for an update, but by Wednesday had not heard anything so I emailed the recruiter...no reply. I waited another 24 hours and emailed again. Later that day I received an email stating that they had communicated, via email on Tuesday, their decision to go with another applicant. I advised I did not receive this communication and said they would resend. I never received the resent email either.
After completing a survey about my experience through the interview process I received an email from the recruiter with a screen shot of this "missing" email.
The email stated that they did not feel that there was a close enough connection between my skills and their current requirements. The email stated it would not be in their best interest, or in the interest of my long term goals, to move forward.
If I did not meet the requirements or skills, this should have been discovered in one of the 3 phone interviews. Due to this revolation only coming to them after physically meeting with me, I am inclined to think that the rejection was possibly driven by a discriminatory factor (based on other reviews I have read).