The “InMobi” Story
Mobile Ad Network InMobi Turns Profitable, Eyes Expansion In U.S.
In August, TechCrunch covered mobile ad network InMobi, which had been performing very well in the Asia and Africa and beginning to expand to Europe. Four months later, InMobi is now profitable and seeing a fair amount of growth in Europe and South America.
Anne Frisbie from InMobi Selected for Mobile Marketer’s Mobile Women to Watch 2010
Kero Mobile AppStore Enabled InMobi Mobile Ads
In Praise of Apps
InMobi Chases Mobile Momentum in U.S.
InMobi has found good success in east, but now the company is increasingly turning its efforts toward the United States, seeing it as the market from which much of the world’s mobile Web content comes.
InMobi nominated for GSMA Asia Mobile Awards 2009
The Ads on Your Mobile
InMobi & Mobile Advertising: Interview With InMobi CEO
Going Global: A World Beyond The App
Steve Smith from Mobile Insider talks about the obsessive focus on mobile apps in the last year and half and talks about looking beyond it. Steve also talks to Naveen Tewari, CEO if InMobi to bring out the trends of the emerging markets
U.S. brands see potential in targeting international consumers via mobile
InMobi shared campaign results at the digiday: Mobile conference held in New York on the 17th September 2009. Brands such as Yamaha and Reebok have tapped mobile ad network InMobi to target international customers in markets where mobile users outnumber PC users.
Aircel Pocket Internet Initiative Drives Leap in Network Traffic
Aircel introduced the new Pocket Internet cards in June 2009 which offer unlimited browsing on the mobile phones at affordable prices. A deep dive into our network shows the effect on mobile internet consumption in the market