Rakuten Pasha Revolutionizes Offline Marketing

September 3, 2019
by RNN

Rakuten Pasha is a service that adopts a pay-for-success model whereby points are rewarded to users for buying target products from companies at offline stores. The idea for the service originated from Rakuten's internal startup program R-Pitch, and it was launched on February 4, 2019.
Now, Rakuten Pasha is making waves as a brand new kind of platform to revolutionize product promotion offline.

- How does Rakuten Pasha work?
- What was the background behind its creation, according to its founders?
- How is it set to change the nature of offline marketing?
- Hear what a company using Rakuten Pasha thinks of the service.

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