Prodege, LLC operates multiple online brands that deliver content and rewards to more than 28 million members. ProdegeUas flagship product Swagbucks is the webUas most popular rewards program offering users free gift cards for their everyday activities and purchases online. Prodege also operates the shopping rewards program MyPoints, gift card destination MyGiftCardsPlus and market research firm ProdegeMR. With over 200 employees, Prodege was named a 2016 Best Place to Work in Los Angeles. Prodege manages over $500 million in gross merchant sales and its programs have paid out more than $350 million in gift cards to consumers. Founded by Josef Gorowitz in 2005, Prodege is led by CEO and Chairman Chuck Davis, former CEO of Fandango and Shopzilla and is headquartered in El Segundo, CA.
Jason Feffer drove business expansions including growing and exiting three online start-ups and serves as a board member and trusted advisor to multiple technology-based businesses. Valued for inciting deeper questions rather than seeking cursory answers. Dedicated to pioneering technologies, developing profitable, sound, and scrupulous business practices, and negotiating key business accounts. Recognized for leading across business disciplines from operations to business development, financing to marketing. Jason passionately and effectively solves problems with the perspective of an entrepreneur: think big and act faster, leaner, better. Jason founded SodaHead in 2006 (acquired by Prodege 2014), which operates multiple business lines including media sales and SaaS polling solutions for large media companies. Jason launched MySpace in 2003 (acquired by News Corp 2005) and served as the Vice President of Operations and on the executive committee. Jason oversaw the day-to-day and strategic execution of advertising, revenue reporting, safety, policy enforcement, government relations and managed over 300 FTEs. Jason helped grow the company to 100M users and transitioning it to News Corp after its sale for $580M in 2005. Jason began his dot-com startup journey in 1999 at Creative Planet, where he developed online portals, news sites and communities for film and television professionals. United Entertainment Media acquired Creative Planet in 2001. Jason began his interactive entertainment career developing video games at Activision and Davidson & Associates. Prior to interactive entertainment, Jason worked in linear entertainment making dozens of independent films with Amritraj Entertainment and legendary fimmaker Roger Corman. Jason is a native of Los Angeles and graduated from the USC's School of Cinematic Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1993.