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BusySeed is a tech-infused digital marketing agency

Full Stack Dev Cofounder

No salary • 20.0% – 35.0%
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rwrds is a seamless rewards platform where you get rewarded for just being you! No fancy app to use, no punch cards to remember, rwrds just works seamlessly when you walk into your favorite stores around you. For merchants, rwrds is a seamless loyalty program that requires 3 minutes to set up and has no physical hardware to get confused by. The best part, rwrds speaks ROI, not just "views" or "likes".

Looking for a full-stack developer to help cofound a startup a year in the making with research done by the University of Rhode Island and a confirmed investor lined up who will provide the strategic partnerships with distributors.

Until this endeavor gets investment and a strategic distributor partner, there will be no requirement for any cofounder to be full time. Moonlighting, weekends, hours here and there are just fine.

Looking for someone who wants to build something amazing.
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Experience
3+ years
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BusySeed is a tech-infused digital marketing agency

BusySeed focuses on Digital Marketing. Their company has offices in Warwick. They have a small team that's between 1-10 employees.

You can view their website at https://busyseed.com

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