Warply raised $ 500k in seed investment for expansion in the UK, USA and South America

Today is the first day of an exciting journey. Whether you're a Warply employee, a client, a fan or just into mobile marketing, there's reason to celebrate.

After 1 year of organic growth I'm excited to announce that Warply has raised $500.000 in seed investment.

“We are delighted that a distinguished group of angel investors has chosen to support Warply in our mission to provide the mobile marketing industry with a tool that can address the mobile strategy needs of APP publishers and advertisers. We would like to thank them for their strategic guidance and enthusiasm for spreading the word about our product.”

The company will use the new investment to build out its executive team and expand in new markets. After establishing our presence in South Europe we aim at expanding in the USA, Germany and in the UK. We also see great potential in Latin America and mostly Brasil.

By expanding our team and bringing in executives like Sixto Arias, a serial entrepreneur and founder of Mobext, who joined our Board of Directors as an advisor and by appointing Kartik Ram as Head of Business Development we believe that we will whiteness exponential growth over the following months.

As Dimitris Togias CTO and co-founder of Warply said “The team at Warply has built a scalable reliable technology and has achieved impressive growth in a short period of time. With its leadership position, innovative culture and strong team, we see huge growth potential in Warply as it brings a much-needed solution to the APP monetization and retention problem.

John is currently the CEO of Warply. John is passionate about two things, big data and complex models. During his academic and professional career was present in two of the most important computer science challenges of our era. Namely, real time of peta-bytes of data processed during LHC experiment in CERN and data mining of tens of millions API calls in modern online advertisement and re-targeting industry.