Company Overview of Mobio Technologies Inc.
Mobio Technologies Inc. develops and manages mobile commerce and mobile marketing applications for individuals and organizations. The company offers Mobio, an identity-based platform/application on iPhone, Android, and Blackberry that enables to interact anywhere capabilities by turning smartphones into payphones and identity exchange devices. The company’s Mobio allows consumers and businesses to transact and interact; and cloaks credit card and identity details during various transactions and interactions. Mobio Technologies Inc.'s Mobio also helps to gain control of the identity information requested by organizations interacted with and maintain privacy by interacting with organizations; ...
375 Water Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 5C6
Founded in 2003
Key Executives for Mobio Technologies Inc.
Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Business Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Mobio Technologies Inc. Key Developments
Mobio Launches Major Platform Upgrade and Increases Ad Unit Consumption by 350%
Jul 17 13
LX Ventures Inc. and Mobio (Mobio) announced that Mobio has released a major platform upgrade and ad unit consumption has increased by 350% as a result. The new platform has also been opened up to all artists allowing anyone from Ke$ha to garage bands to start engaging their fans allowing for high scale growth. With this release, Mobio continues to show leadership in disrupting the traditional AdTech space. Mobio is now achieving an industry beating 35%+ ad unit engagement per consumer compared to the 0.5% or lower industry standard for display ads. As a crowd sourced media creation tool for major social influencers, Mobio is connecting artists to their fans on a scale never possible before while driving a uniquely effective engagement advertising model for brands.
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