Nectar Loyalty Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Revenue & Financials
- Nectar Loyalty's revenue is currently $21.1M per year.
- Nectar Loyalty's revenue per employee is $195000
- Nectar Loyalty has 108 Employees.
- Nectar Loyalty grew their employee count by 29% last year.
- Nectar Loyalty currently has N/A job openings.
What Is Nectar Loyalty?
Nectar Loyalty is data-driven marketing and loyalty analytics company owned by the Sainsbury's Group. It is most well-known for running the Nectar programme, the UK's largest loyalty coalition programme with partners including Sainsbury's BP, eBay, Expedia and Virgin Trains. In 2017, Nectar celebrated 15 years of rewarding British shoppers and has given back £3billion of rewards to collectors, including money off shopping, travel and cinema tickets. Twenty million collectors earn Nectar points when shopping for groceries, booking a holiday and buying petrol. Collectors also earn Nectar points every time they shop online via nectar.com at around 500 leading online retailers. Nectar Loyalty also owns Insight 2 Communication (i2c) which offers Sainsbury's suppliers a one stop shop solution to advertise across all of Sainsbury's communication channels. Suppliers will have access to unparalleled customer insights based on Nectar data, enabling them to develop the most targeted and effective communications mix for reaching their customers. i2c helps FMCGs plan, manage and deliver fully integrated campaigns more effectively to the millions of customers who visit Sainsbury's stores or shop online each week. Based in the heart of Central London, 80 Strand, we are a vibrant, fast paced company with a start-up feel. We are passionate about our people and we recognise the importance of adding value, having a voice and building a fulfilling career. We create rewarding relationships, not only with our partners but our people too.keywords:N/A
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Nectar Loyalty News
Sainsbury's has announced it is trialling a new version of its Nectar loyalty scheme in Wales - which will now tailor offers to customers.
Petrol giant BP will be axing its partnership with the Nectar loyalty scheme, meanwhile, Esso revealed that it will be terminating its partnership