To build a better way to do business in mobile.
Funding raised from top investors
Button is the mobile commerce platform that enables companies to drive revenue through commerce in their mobile apps and websites. Through higher-converting technology, Button embeds commerce actions inside publisher apps so that brands can grow their mobile business, publishers can increase their mobile revenue, and consumers can enjoy a better buying experience on mobile. Intent is changing. By closing the gap between browsing and buying, Button has driven over $2 billion in spending to date.
Founded in 2014, Button has raised over $64 million in venture capital and has consistently been recognized as one of the best places to work by Fortune, Inc., Entrepreneur, and Crain's.
Button incorporates and hosts its first meeting at Feast, an East Village restaurant in New York City.
Button moves to its headquarters at 220 E. 23rd Street alongside Drizly and WunWun.
Button secures $2.25M in a seed round featuring Atlas Ventures, DCM Ventures, and Greycroft Partners.
Button becomes Uber’s 12th global partner along with Starbucks, Expedia, Hilton, United and others.
Button secures $12M in a Series A round led by Redpoint Ventures.
Button announces the Marketplace including Uber, OpenTable, Ticketmaster, Resy, and Zeel at the 1st annual Tap Conference.
Crains names button as the #1 Place to Work in New York City.
Ibotta launches app-to-app Mobile Shopping with Jet, Hotels.com, Groupon, and others, all powered by Button.
Button expands platform to support mobile web, including partnerships with Conde Nast, PureWow, Huffington Post, and others.
Button secures $20M in a Series B round led by Norwest Venture Partners and includes Redpoint, DCM, and Greycroft.
Button launches Hotels.com Mobile Concierge with Uber, Groupon, delivery.com, OpenTable, and others.
Button on pace to drive half a billion dollars in consumer spending with loyalty platform Ibotta.
Secured a global patent for AttendedInstall.
Button surpasses $1B in mobile spending.
Button secures $30M in a Series C round led by Icon Ventures along with participation from Capital One and returning investors Redpoint, Norwest, and DCM.
Button surpasses $2B in mobile spending.