The Financial Times just announced their FT1000 rankings: the fastest growing companies in Europe. SuperAwesome is now ranked as #55 in Europe but also the #1 technology growth company in UK. Continue reading
There is a growing realisation that today’s internet is built on legacy technology designed for adults , rather than kids. Although there has been plenty of coverage about content, there are bigger issues with the technology behind the content. By the time a child turns 13, (adult) advertising tech companies will have collected an astounding 72 million data-points on them, unintentional but increasingly dangerous. Continue reading
The digital kids (u13) landscape is evolving rapidly. As we’ve seen this week, even for companies with all the technical resources in the world, building fully kid-safe environments is not easy.
Four years, 105 people, multiple FTC COPPA Safe Harbor certifications, countless technical and legal reviews by top kids brands, billions of transactions and several products later, we are probably the best placed company in the world to talk about this. Our technology powers hundreds of millions of kids digital engagements every month. Continue reading
As our US business continues to rapidly scale (as well as our NYC head office, we have a presence in LA, SF and Chicago), we’ve been looking for the right leader to take it to the next level. We’re very pleased to announce that Kate O’Loughlin has joined us as our COO for North America. Kate was most recently Senior Vice President (Media) and General Manager at Tapad (acquired by Telenor for $360M). Prior to that she was Product Director at MediaMath.
It says a lot that we haven’t had time to write about our own news. In general, we prefer to talk about our clients and what we’re building rather than financing. But in this case we’ll make an exception because it’s a useful measure of progress. Continue reading
Snap’s S-1 filing said many interesting things. However one thing it didn’t (couldn’t) say was just how much of their growth is being driven by the under-13 audience.