Episode No. 74: Samantha Boltax, Next Jump


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Samantha Boltax is in charge of corporate communications for Next Jump, which works with over 75 percent (as high as 90 percent) of the Fortune 1,000 on their employee rewards programs. It’s interesting stuff — if you’ve ever conceptualized corporate loyalty (which is a major issue), you might be interested to know that there’s such a thing as Loyalty 1.0 and Loyalty 2.0 — and Boltax discusses the micro-finance details here (and we still get out under 15 minutes).

We also talk about a project they launched in November 2011 called OO.com, in which the use of rewards points — or “Wow Points” — can pay for classroom projects of teachers. If you’re someone that generally wonders how the more affluent can do something that really benefits others, check out that link and this podcast.

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