Mobile Marketing Firm Moburst Secures $1.6M Investment

Moburst, a mobile marketing agency, announced ahead of the weekend that it has expanded operations to San Francisco, CA, to “answer the growing need for mobile marketing services in the region.” The new branch, opening this week, will be headed by Moburst’s current Director of Business Development, Erez Halperin, who will be re-locating to San …   Read More

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mobilemarketingMoburst, a mobile marketing agency, announced ahead of the weekend that it has expanded operations to San Francisco, CA, to “answer the growing need for mobile marketing services in the region.”

The new branch, opening this week, will be headed by Moburst’s current Director of Business Development, Erez Halperin, who will be re-locating to San Francisco and promoted to Vice President.

So what’s the company’s secret to success? According to the company:

Moburst’s unique approach to mobile marketing has caught the attention of leading companies across a wide spectrum of industries. In the past year, the company expanded its client portfolio to include Google, Pfizer, CentralWay, LivePerson, eBay, Refinery29, NYFW, and HotelsCombined, among others. The company’s approach to mobile takes clients from inception to execution through a streamlined and refined process, with attention to Strategy, Product, Creative, App Store Optimization and Media. Moburst’s formula for mobile marketing has ensured company’s monumental growth potential and an exceptional ROI for clients.

“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,” said company CEO Gilad 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.”

We’re told that Moburst’s expansion has been made possible 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.

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