Driving local sales

No. 1 in digital retail marketing

Enthusiastic customers

01_real
02_kaufland
03_roller
06_metro
05_daenisches_bettenlager
04_mediamarkt
07_dm drogerie
09_edeka
11_aetka
12_INTERSPORT
13_ernstings
14_SportScheck
15_netto markendiscount
16_netto
17_poco
23_marktkauf
25_cyberport
26_zoo&co
28_denn
30_mymuesli
31_soliver
32_goodyear
35_volkswagen
37_deutschebahn
39_zalando
40_cocacola
41_adidas
42_moebelostermann
43_DECATHLON
44_Segmüller

Our mission

More customers and more sales at your stores

At the Offerista Group, we are dedicated to helping brick-and-mortar stores flourish in the digital age. We publish your digital brochures and offers and use location-based services to target users and get them into your stores. With Offerista, you can reach your target groups, expand your customer base and see noticeably more sales at your store.

 
Potentially reach over 26 million people

 

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Your advantages

 

Connect with your customers

NEW: Effective marketing solutions by Google for your retail store

As a Google Premium Partner with years of retail expertise, we are your expert in local retail campaigns. We maximize the visibility of your local offers, and increase retail traffic and sales at your stores!

 

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Offerista Group’s Management Board

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Tobias Bräuer

“Your reach is our priority. Our own services combined with our publisher network connect you with over 26 million shopping-savvy users and give you the tools necessary to get them to the POS. Our customers can book ad campaigns with a single order and track their performance in the reports provided in our business tool at any time.”

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Benjamin Thym

“We believe in local retail. And we also believe that 20 years from now people will still want to go shopping in city centers. Our services ensure the future of local retail by helping brick-and-mortar stores reap the benefits of digitalization. We are fighting for lively, livable cities and against the vanishing of downtown storefronts.”



Further information about the projects and their goals can be found here.