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Revolut Business Partners With Adzooma for Industry First Business Marketing Cashback Incentive

Revolut, the fastest-growing technology company in the UK, and international online advertising platform, Adzooma, have announced that they will be providing Revolut Business customers with an advertising cashback incentive thanks to their exclusive partnership.

This is the first marketing specific incentive Revolut Business has launched in conjunction with a trusted partner, and the first and only offering of its kind for Google, Microsoft or Facebook Ads.

If all Adzooma users participate in the cashback offer, they will collectively save an incredible £2,265,000 a year in ad spend alone. In addition to that, all users who sign up to Revolut Business through Adzooma will be able to access all the regular perks that a Revolut Business account offers, including free international payments, smart business cards, accounting integrations and much more.

Adzooma and Revolut’s successful partnership began in April this year, bringing collaborative benefits to all users, and enabling customers to generate a more effective online strategy for their business through the Adzooma platform.

Antonio Lopes, Growth Partnerships Manager Revolut Business said: “In our pursuit to help businesses manage their finances safely online, we’re proud that business owners trust Revolut Business with their online spend, especially with advertising. Together with Adzooma, we thought of leveraging the security, transparency and control of our cards with the smartest advertising platform in the UK to create an increasingly beneficial value proposition for online businesses across the globe.

“We’re super excited to be launching this partnership with Adzooma – building upon their already stellar product and helping businesses further optimise how they go about managing their ad spend.”

Adzooma’s software is a proprietary solution that provides one-click optimisations, custom automation and white-label reporting in one simple interface, eliminating the need for additional resource time and providing real-time data on all marketing activity.

“As a company, we are continually looking for ways to help support businesses to save time and money.” said David Sharpe, Director and co-founder of Adzooma. “Given the amount of online advertising spend we see generated via our online platform, we know that even a small cashback percentage can allow for huge savings. Hence through the power of our Revolut Business partnership, we spotted an opportunity to bring this benefit and saving to all types of businesses.

“Whilst there are many reward schemes available on the market today, no other offering exists that enables customers to upscale their online ad spend for free in order to propel their business forward.”

For users to benefit, they just need to open a Revolut Business account by visiting the Adzooma website, connect all Facebook, Microsoft and Google accounts to Adzooma, and then enjoy the ad spend cashback rewards from each account. The more businesses utilise their Revolut Business corporate card, the more rewards they will be able to unlock.

Robert Wass, Director and co-founder of Adzooma also added: “We were tremendously proud to announce our partnership with Revolut Business this year and are delighted to bring to market this industry-first together. Revolut are a multi-billion-dollar company with over 13 million users, who have become a global and well-respected online brand. Hence, we’re delighted to be a partner of theirs and look forward to leveraging our combined expertise in order to share even more fabulous benefits with our users.

“This partnership signifies the scale of our services and accessibility, and this latest offering is the easiest way for businesses to reduce their online ad spend costs.”

Adzooma’s association with Revolut reflects the huge popularity and adoption Adzooma’s software has gained across the UK, and internationally in recent years.


  • Polly is a journalist, content creator and general opinion holder from North Wales. She has written for a number of publications, usually hovering around the topics of fintech, tech, lifestyle and body positivity.

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