Snakk Brings UberMedia To Australia, NZ & Southeast Asia In Exclusive Deal

Snakk Brings UberMedia To Australia, NZ & Southeast Asia In Exclusive Deal
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Snakk Media Limited is today announcing a strategic partnership with US mobile ad tech company UberMedia to exclusively distribute its in-app social, interest, and geo-location mobile advertising products in Australia, NZ and Southeast Asia.

California-based UberMedia was founded in 2010 by entrepreneur Bill Gross, and is led by CEO Gladys Kong, who in late 2015 was named one of the 30 most powerful women in mobile advertising by Business Insider.

UberMedia has developed patented in-app technologies that combine advanced first-party social cues, interest data and geo-location signals with mobile consumer behaviour, resulting in market-leading campaign performance for advertisers.

The company has delivered advertising solutions for many Fortune 500 companies including the top retail, automotive, entertainment, consumer packaged goods and telecom advertisers in the US.

UberMedia is part of Idealab, a company started in 1996 by Bill Gross which has founded or advanced development of more than 150 companies including Overture which it sold to Yahoo for $1.63 billion, CitySearch which was acquired by IAC/InterActiveCorp, HomesDirect which was acquired by eBay, Picasa which was acquired by Google and Perfect Market, acquired by Taboola. UberMedia investors include Accel Partners, Index Ventures and Comcast Ventures.

The UberMedia mobile advertising technologies that Snakk brings to Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia include Location Visit Optimization (LVO), Footfall Attribution Reporting, Programmatic Geo-Creative and True Lift Retail Insights.

In addition, Snakk will continue to work with UberMedia to develop innovative new mobile and data products that meet the specific needs of its advertisers. Snakk has utilised these technologies for brands in all of its markets, including Hyundai, BWS, Metcash and Subway.

Snakk Media Group CEO Mark Ryan said, “In our industry it’s not always easy to speak in simple terms, however what this exclusive partnership with UberMedia means is that Snakk can offer what we feel are best-in-market mobile location, social & audience products.

“Brands can literally find the right people, in the right place, at the right time using the most-precise geo-targeting available. They can obtain advanced reporting that shows who saw their ads, and then who made it to their physical stores – and why.”

“We’ve been working with UberMedia since 2013, and have benchmarked their unique geolocation, mobile audience and social offerings against a number of other players in market. It became very clear that what they offered was far beyond other mobile geo-location platforms in terms of accuracy and scale,” Ryan continued.

“Having long admired their focus on innovation, the time was right to ink a formal strategic partnership to help us jointly grow in Snakk’s fast-developing markets.”

UberMedia CEO Gladys Kong said, “In the US, mobile is set to take centre stage as the primary tool in the marketer’s toolbox and will no longer will be the third or fourth media option.

“We see this trend happening in other markets, particularly Southeast Asia where mobile is predominantly the first screen and mobile ad spend is forecast to outpace global trends. As advertisers demand more accountability from their mobile ad spend UberMedia’s ability to measure how mobile ads influence real-world consumer behaviour makes for a powerful partnership with Snakk Media.”

UberMedia’s exclusive relationship complements Snakk’s current portfolio of mobile advertising offerings including TV Sync in partnership with Impulse Screen Media, and Snakk’s mobile-first creative division Touch Create, enabling the company to offer a unique set of mobile creative, content and media services.

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