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 April 2, 2020

2019 annual financial results

Mobvista announced its strongest financial results to date, with revenues surpassing USD 500 million for the first time. Its programmatic advertising business continued to be a key component, with revenues increasing by 40.8% in the past year to reach USD 320.0 million.

April 2, 2020
2019 annual financial results
Mobvista announced its strongest financial results to date, with revenues surpassing USD 500 million for the first time. Its programmatic advertising business continued to be a key component, with revenues increasing by 40.8% in the past year to reach USD 320.0 million.
Cassie Cheng March 16, 2020
How we created Mobvista’s new visual identity
The rebrand was about reflecting our new identity and showcase our new energetic selves. Redesigning a logo is an important part of what makes a new brand stand out, so here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how we redid ours.
Clement Cao March 11, 2020
Mobvista and Nativex: Why We Have Rebranded
To better align our technology to our clients’ needs and power global commercial growth in the digital age,Nativex will become our worldwide customer-facing brand, while Mobvista will continue as a corporate ‘master brand
Clement Cao December 12, 2019
Why the New Breed of Hyper-casual Games Have Changed Mobile Marketing for the Better
At the recent Morketing Summit held in Beijing, I shared how an increasing number of mobile games companies have learned how the combination of data platforms and marketing APIs can automate core aspects of mobile marketing, and improve ROI.
Valentin Scorus November 25, 2019
How Alibaba’s Push around Innovation Has Made Singles’ Day into The Biggest Shopping Event on The Planet
Singles’ Day has grown to become the world’s largest (unofficial) shopping holiday, with Alibaba in the driving seat.
Valentin Scorus October 22, 2019
The Rules, Regulations and Certificates Needed to Protect Children Online
Research from OneFamily suggests that children are given their first smartphone at the age of 11. In Ireland, the 2018 Annual Report of Cyber Safe Ireland found that over 90 per cent of children between eight and 13 had a smart device. 12 per cent of them were spending more than four hours a day online.