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Type Private
Industry Mobile Games, Advertising
Founded <2000 year, e.g. 2016 -->
Headquarters Sartell, Minnesota

United States

Key people Robert Weber (CEO and Co-Founder) ,Ryan Weber (Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder)

NativeX is Minnesota based mobile advertising platform company. Its product allows developers to integrate advertisements into mobile games. The company was listed in American City Business Journals' Fast 50 as one of the fastest growing companies in Minneapolis-Saint Paul for 2013


In 2014 the company announced an initiative to pay developers $30,000 in cash if they did not achieve a 30% increase in ad revenue. On March 1st 2016, NativeX announced that it has been acquired by Mobvista, the largest mobile ad network company in Asia, for $24.5 million.


Top 5 Recent Tweets

1. NativeX ‏@nativeX Aug 5 NativeX Retweeted TUNE Hats off 2 jaw-droppingly amazing presentation of #Hamilton by @tune. Lyrics, voices, the charts

2. TUNE ‏@tune Jul 21 Welcome Charles Xi, Senior VP at @Mobvista and Executive Chairman of @nativeX to the #Postback16 mainstage!

3. Snaptastic! We're now on Snapchat (w/ cool filters for @casualconnect #sfmarriottmarquis) Catch us at nativexsnaps.

4. Samsung Mobile India ‏@SamsungMobileIN Aug 2
#GoOnLikeAPro with the new Samsung #GalaxyOn7ProOn5Pro. Exclusively available on @amazonIN .

5. NativeX ‏@nativeX Jul 18
#GONative! Tweet us from @casualconnect #SFMarriottMarquis then come to booth #502 to get your free tiny Pokemon!

Top 5 Recent News Headlines

1.Ha, Anthony (7 August 2013). "NativeX Unveils New ‘Psychographic’ Targeting For Mobile Ads". Tech Crunch. Retrieved 15 January 2014.

2. Jump up ^ Schafer, Lee (12 October 2013). "Schafer: Tech firm shifts along with the marketplace". Minnesota Star Tribune. Retrieved 15 January 2014.

3. Jump up ^ Takahashi, Dean (20 March 2013). "W3i rebrands as NativeX and launches native advertising". Venture Beat. Retrieved 15 January 2014.

3. Jump up ^ "Biz Journals Fast 50 – No 10: NativeX". Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. 25 October 2013. Retrieved 15 January 2014.

4. Jump up ^ Takahashi, Dean (15 January 2014). "NativeX guarantees game developers at least 30% increase in ad revenue – or will pay $30,000 in cash". Venture Beat. Retrieved 15 January 2014.

5. Jump up ^ "Mobile ad-tech startup NativeX acquired by Chinese advertising company Mobvista". Tech Crunch. 1 March 2016. Retrieved 1 March 2016.

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