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2013-06-25 23:20:12

‘Movilizando’ Pre-Registrants Include Executives from JWT, Allianz, OGILVY, Telecom Personal, BGH, Havas, Adidas, Despegar.com, LAN, Grupo Peñaflor, Phillips, Jumbo, Red Bull, Terra Networks,

2013-06-14 23:17:56

StartMeApp AdSMART Quarterly Report Shows Sharp Growth in Mobile Ad Impressions for North America, Latin America; Android and Tablet Shares of Impressions Benefit Most from Symbian Decline; 2013

2013-06-13 23:01:31

StartMeApp Boosts Operations in APAC Mobile Advertising Market, Establishing Presence in Singapore with Appointment of John Fennessy as Asia-Pacific Business Develop Manager LONDON

2013-05-21 23:02:05

StartMeApp Joins Terra, Bajalibros.com and Terra Live Music as Nominee for ‘Top Digital Innovator in the Latin World’ Award; Co-Founder Alejandro Campos Carles Nominated as ‘Top Pan-regional

2013-05-02 23:04:25

‘Movilizando Latinoamérica’ to show brands and advertisers from Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay and Peru how to leverage the power of mobile advertising to reach mobile consumers,

2013-03-05 23:04:28

Pre-Registered Attendees at ‘Movilizando Brasil’ Mobile Advertising Seminar include Marketing & Advertising Executives from Vivo, UOL, Banco du Brasil, Bradesco, JWT, F.biz, Agencia Isobar,

2013-02-24 23:00:25

StartMeApp’s Mobile Advertising Platform Shifts the Focus of Mobile Ad-Buying Onto Value-based Criteria, Guaranteeing ARPU and Maximizing ROI for Mobile Advertisers and Global Content Publishers

2013-01-21 23:04:36

StartMeApp’s European and Worldwide Sales & Operations to Be Coordinated through New Headquarters in London, with Coordination of LatAm Regional Sales & Operations and the Ad Network's

2012-12-19 05:02:28

StartMeApp Ad Campaigns Successfully Engaged Consumers in Spain, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico & throughout Latin America for Leading Advertisers and Global Brands, Including Microsoft, Fox, Audi,

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