About Ad Infuse
The mobile consumer experience is central to all that we do. From portable media players to mobile phones - Ad Infuse delivers highly personalized ad experiences to consumers across all mobile devices. By dynamically inserting targeted ads at the moment of content delivery, Ad Infuse ensures optimal relevancy for the every mobile subscriber. With the utmost respect for consumer data protection, Ad Infuse unlocks new revenue streams for channel owners by dismantling limitations of the current mobile advertising sponsorship model. Evangelizing the growth of mobile media consumption, Ad Infuse is committed to helping mobile operators and content owners reach sustainable efficiency while providing advertisers with ultimate ad effectiveness.
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Ad Infuse Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Ad Infuse founded?
Ad Infuse was founded in 2005.
Where is Ad Infuse's headquarters?
Ad Infuse's headquarters is located at 150 California Street, San Francisco.
What is Ad Infuse's latest funding round?
Ad Infuse's latest funding round is Series B.
How much did Ad Infuse raise?
Ad Infuse raised a total of $17.6M.
Who are the investors of Ad Infuse?
Investors of Ad Infuse include Storm Ventures, Fuse Capital, ComVentures and Softbank Capital.
Who are Ad Infuse's competitors?
Competitors of Ad Infuse include Millennial Media and 3 more.
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