ecoATM

ecoATM

San Diego, California, United States

Team size: 201 - 500

Sector: Manufacturing and materials

About ecoATM


Founders: Mark Bowles, Michael Librizzi, Pieter van Rooyen

Founded date: 2008

Connect: ecoatm.com

Company revenue: US$ 100 - 500 million

Investors: Cowen Group, EvoNexus, National Science Foundation, Outerwall, Silicon Valley Bank

Company stage: Other

ecoATM acquired Gazelle in 2015, allowing our consumers to have an online or kiosk experience Nationwide. Gazelle ecoATM kiosks are automated machines that make it easy and convenient for people to sell back unwanted tablets and smartphones. Gazelle ecoATM kiosks are located in the malls, grocery stores, and Walmart that people already frequent. People receive cash on the spot for the iPhones and Android devices they no longer use. Gazelle ecoATM kiosks and Gazelle.com provide consumers with real cash, real fast and the best options when it comes to buying and trading in pre-owned electronics. We have a commitment to delivering convenient consumer solutions via online channels or in person, depending on the preference of the consumer. Gazelle ecoATM kiosks and Gazelle.com reward people for smart consumption. Each option provides an easy, safe, fast, and secure way for consumers to trade in their devices for cash at their convenience. Gazelle.com also offers certified pre-owned devices at a better value than competitors.

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