StartApp Hits 250 Million Monthly Active Users, 100K Integrated Apps
(ADOTAS) New York – StartApp (www.startapp.com), a mobile advertising platform, has announced that it now has 250 million monthly active users and 100,000 integrated apps. In honor of reaching this growth milestone, Globee Awards has recognized StartApp as a winner in its 2014 Fastest Growing Private Companies program.
Gil Dudkiewicz, StartApp’s CEO was also recently appointed as an Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Mobile Board Member, an organization that educates marketers, agencies, media companies and the wider business community about the value of interactive advertising.
“Growth is one of the most important processes for any business,” said Gil Dudkiewicz, CEO at StartApp. “Our mission is to enhance the brand and performance of our publishers and advertisers by delivering beautiful data driven ads. In order to grow aggressively, we always need to be one step ahead, with consistent focus on innovations and out-of-the-box thinking, to allow us to quickly adjust to changing circumstances.”
StartApp now offers monetization and advertising solutions to iOS developers, integrating mobile ads seamlessly into the iOS design experience.
StartApp is a mobile advertising platform that helps developers and advertisers monetize, distribute and advertise apps. The company offers a variety of products including exit ads, 3D app wall, text ads, interstitials, display ads and rich ads. StartApp has been downloaded more than two billion times and is embedded in over 100,000 apps. StartApp monetization products are TRUSTe certified. The company was formed in 2010 and is headquartered in New York City with offices in San Francisco, Shanghai, Israel and India.
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