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#24 – Kenshoo: One of the biggest buyers of Facebook and Google ads
CEO: Yoav Izhar-Prato
Estimated revenues: We estimate between $100 million and $120 million net
Total venture funding: $49.7 million, according to CrunchBase.
Comment: Kenshoo is based in Tel-Aviv and is best-known for handling billions of dollars worth of search, local, and social media advertising spend.
The company is a Facebook Marketing Partner and in 2015 was granted initial access to the Instagram Ads API.
#10 – IronSource: Huge scale on mobile and enviable revenues
CEO: Tomer Bar-Zeev
Estimated revenues: We estimate $250 million to $350 million
Total funding to date: $105 million
Comments: IronSource is a Tel Aviv-based mobile ad tech company, offering user acquisition, conversion, monetization, analytics, and optimization tools.
In September last year, IronSource announced a merger with mobile ad firm Supersonic, which it says formed the “largest independent mobile monetization and marketing platform offering real scale.” IronSource claims to reach more than 800 million unique mobile users a month.
IronSource closed a $100 million round of funding in February last year, which was reported to value the company at $1 billion and set it up for going public — although that IPO has not yet materialized.
#9 – Outbrain: Expanding its offer beyond content recommendation
CEO: Yaron Galai
Estimated revenue: We estimate around $500 million gross revenue (we have not seen a published net figure or been able to obtain an accurate one)
Total funding to date: $144 million
Comments: Outbrain is one of the biggest content recommendation platforms.
This year, the company acquired Los Angeles-based software firm Revee to help launch a new product that claims it will let publishers know exactly how much individual articles are generating in revenue, in real time.
Outbrain also launched a chatbot that lets publishers launch apps on messaging platforms, with CNN signing up as its first partner.
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