Proseeds CEO and co-founder, Jared Bakewell, was recently accepted into the 2017 Pipeline Entrepreneurs Fellowship. This news spread quickly and gained a lot of attention for Proseeds, including attention from our local paper, the Omaha World Herald.
We were proudly featured on the front page of the Omaha World Herald’s money section amongst two other Omaha startups who also made it into the program, FairShop and Esculon. Bakewell sat down with Omaha World Herald and discussed why Pipeline accepted Proseeds and how Proseeds differs from other companies.
Proseeds began operations in the Omaha area last May and has already brought thousands of registered consumers onboard who have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars because they wanted to support a cause. This inspiration has lead many others to join Proseeds and the movement that comes along with it. You can read the Omaha World Herald article here.
You can sign up and support Proseeds. Sign up for free by selecting your favorite causes and linking your existing credit or debit cards. Then, every time you visit a participating business, they will donate 5% of your purchase back to support your favorite causes – at no extra cost to you. Sign up for free here: https://www.giveproseeds.com