About Mention Me

We're on a mission to put the trust back into the heart of marketing

Connecting with customers and prospects is hard.

Advertising costs are rising, budgets are tightening and consumers are bombarded with countless marketing messages every day.

You need a cost-effective solution that cuts through the noise: a referral marketing channel.

Our seamlessly integrable technology encourages, measures and rewards customers who love your brand enough to recommend it to others and keep coming back themselves.

But we’re more than our cutting-edge refer-a-friend technology. It’s our people who make us special.

You can count on our referral marketing experts to act as an extension of your own marketing team, ready to advise on every element of your referral marketing strategy and help deliver the very best results for your brand.

We’re striving for a world where brands connect with the right audiences, consumers choose brands with confidence, and loyalty is recognised. Join us.

Reconnect with those who matter.

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Capture advocacy in everyday conversations

90% of consumers trust friends and family recommendations more than advertising

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35% of referrals come via our unique name sharing feature

 

We've been recognised

Our story

We’ve come a long way since being founded as a bootstrapped two-man company in 2013.

Since then, we’ve grown to more than 90 specialists providing world-class programmes that have delivered 1.5 million referrals totalling £448m revenue (and counting!) for hundreds of brands around the globe.

We’ve even been celebrated by awards including Showcase Startup at Retail Week’s Buzz conference, Best Tech Startup at Drapers Digital Festival, and a Bronze Stevie for Customer Service Team of the Year.

Having raised $7 million in funding from Eight Roads Ventures in 2018, we’re currently in our next phase of growth as the market-leading referral platform.

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