AppLovin is a mobile advertising company that enables brands to acquire and re-engage customers on mobile. The mobile marketing platform moves beyond targeting and segmenting to use customized ad creative, data and predictive models to deliver dynamic mobile advertising.
Automated media buying technology makes it easy for brands to acquire new customers profitably while also helping them to re-engage their pre-existing users and drive higher conversion rates in a measurable way.
Galaxy Soho B, Dongcheng Qu
Beijing 100020, China
10119 Berlin, Germany
Suite 201, 16 Fitzwilliam Place
Dublin 2, Ireland
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo-to 150-0001, Japan
Posco P&S Tower, 17 F
Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
Silicon Valley Office
849 High St.
Palo Alto CA 94301
Adam Foroughi – CEO, Co-Founder
Adam Foroughi is co-founder and CEO of AppLovin, a platform that provides marketing automation and analytics for mobile and Apple TV apps.
AppLovin lists available jobs and positions here with openings in their offices in Palo Alto, Dublin, Beijing, Berlin, Tokyo and Seoul across roles in Game Development, Business, Engineering, iOS Development, Designers and Analysts.
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