Mobile content aggregator Snakk Media plans to tap into social conversations to build a sense of how to sell at the right time, to the right people.
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Snakk Media’s preliminary financial results released last week showed a 92 percent year-on-year increase, shifting up from $3.6 million recorded between March 2012 and March 2013 to $7 million in the most recent results. Add to this the fact that the company has just announced plans to open a Singapore office in addition to those in Australia and New Zealand, and it seems that Snakk Media’s new chief executive Mark Ryan has a lot to smile about less than a year into his job. But a recent drop in the company’s share price and the fact that it continues to operate at a loss means the company’s evolution has had its fair share of ups and downs.
Mobile advertising company Snakk Media has notched $3.02 million revenue for the six months to 30 September, its first unaudited half year result since since listing on the alternative exchange in March. The amount is 83 percent of the revenue it posted for the last full reporting year and a 147 percent jump on the previous half year.
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