Moburst’s continued success leads to a new branch opening in San Francisco.
As the demand for quality mobile marketing continues to grow, so do we! We’re so excited to announce that we are expanding our operations, and have opened a new branch in San Francisco! The new branch, which opened last week, is being headed by Erez Halperin, who was recently promoted to Vice President.
Our new office is the culmination of a busy and eventful few months at Moburst. In the past quarter Moburst was named “Top Marketing Agency” by MobiAffiliates, Clutch, and AppIndex. This month the company was also awarded the title of “Best Mobile Agency in Europe” at the MBC awards. Moburst’s unique approach to mobile marketing has continued to catch the attention of leading global companies and in the past year, we expanded our client portfolio to include Google, Pfizer, CentralWay, LivePerson, eBay, Refinery29, NYFW, and HotelsCombined, among others.
Our COO and Co-Founder Lior Eldan, credited Moburst’s continued growth and success to our unique approach to mobile. “Our efforts to combine creativity in marketing coupled with technological innovation is the key to our global growth as a company”.
In addition to global demand and success, our expansion has been empowered by a recent investment of 1.6 million dollars. The funds come from several investors, including German mobile banking leader Centralway. In total, the company has raised 2.4 million dollars in investment capital, with over 80% of investors also being investors of the company’s clients.
Our CEO, Gilad Bechar summed up our exciting growth perfectly. “Marketing agencies in the market today fail to answer the needs of their clients in the mobile arena, and this creates ‘the perfect storm’ for the aggressive growth of the company which grew 520% in 2015.” says Bechar. “The current climate in the industry demands smart integration of technological advancement and an in-depth understanding of the app store algorithms in order to bring significant results and a positive ROI in the age of mobile.”