Company InformationTrackstreet was founded on January 2014. The company is based in Las Vegas, NV, USA . The number of employees in Trackstreet is less than 50. Trackstreet monitors what s happening with your brand across the internet and delivers actionable market data.
Here is how Trackstreet describes itself: "TrackStreet - an industry leading SaaS platform. Use the power of AI for MAP & Resale Policy Enforcement and Brand Protection."
Funding & investorsTrackstreet has received 3 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $7.1M. Last venture funding round was $5.1M, announced on July, 2020.
- Okapi Venture Capital (Micro vc)
- Stage Venture Partners (Micro vc)
- SaaS Ventures (Micro vc)
- Dan Engel (Investment partner)
- Engel Ventures (Family investment office)
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Trackstreet - Blog
- Case Study: Johnson Outdoors
- Webinar Replay: Investigation Tips & Tricks
- Amazon Brand Registry 2.0: Benefits and Requirements
- Unilateral Pricing Policy (UPP): What is it and when retailers use UPP
- MSRP Pricing: What You Need to Know
- MAP Policy Templates: Snippets to Help You Start Drafting
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Become a Super Sleuth: Conversation with Investigators Watch the webinar replay to uncover who is selling your products online. With the growth of online spending, it is even more important to know who is selling your products. We have seen an increase in the number of sellers especially on platforms like Amazon. We may not […]The post Webinar Replay: Investigation Tips & Tricks appeared first on Trackstreet.
What’s New About Amazon Brand Registry 2.0 Let’s first review the added benefits of the updated version – Amazon Brand Registry 2.0, and then we’ll discuss the one new requirement to joining the program that wasn’t a part of “Amazon Brand Registry 1.0”. 3 New Benefits of Amazon Brand Registry 2.0 Post your content to […]The post Amazon Brand Registry 2.0: Benefits and Requirements appeared first on Trackstreet.
What is Unilateral Pricing Policy (UPP)? A Unilateral Price Policy (UPP) differs from a MAP policy in two key ways. First, unlike MAP agreements, a UPP is always a one-way policy. That’s why it is called unilateral: The policy does not constitute an agreement between the manufacturer and reseller. Both the manufacturer and reseller are […]The post Unilateral Pricing Policy (UPP): What is it and when retailers use UPP appeared first on Trackstreet.
What is MSRP Pricing? A manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) represents the actual price that a manufacturer recommends its retail partners sell its products. When a manufacturer establishes an MSRP for its product, the company is typically attempting to accomplish a few key goals. First, the manufacturer is attempting to standardize a product’s retail price […]The post MSRP Pricing: What You Need to Know appeared first on Trackstreet.
If you’re trying to draft a MAP policy and you have no idea where to begin, here are some snippets that can help as a jumping-off point for putting together your own policy’s language.The post MAP Policy Templates: Snippets to Help You Start Drafting appeared first on Trackstreet.