Audioboom, a London-based podcast network, allows users to listen to, record and share sound files via desktop and mobile app. The company has more than 4 million registered users worldwide.

As the largest independent source of mobile audience data, we’re excited to report that we’ve just eclipsed the 5 billion download mark. In case you’re wondering just how much 5 billion really is, it’s more than the combined population of all seven countries where we have offices around the globe. That includes the US, UK, Finland, Singapore, South Korea, Japan, and Germany. 

With each summer season in New England comes the long-awaited warm weather, baseball games at Fenway Park, and several fresh young faces at Fiksu. This summer we’re pleased to welcome a contingent of talented college students, including interns from Dartmouth and Williams College, as well as several co-ops from Northeastern University. They’ll be working across nearly all departments at Fiksu, including sales, marketing, finance, accounting, and engineering.

The much-anticipated Apple Watch is finally here, as early pre-orders have begun to arrive. Already, 3000 apps are available on the device, and 20 million units are predicted to be sold this year. The buzz is clearly at a peak for consumers, as well as marketers, who are eager to find out how they can capitalize on this newest mobile device.

It may not be surprising that 86% of senior-level marketers say it’s absolutely critical or very important to create a cohesive customer journey.

But in 2015, that isn’t quite as easy as it may have once been. As our new ebook describes, the customer journey in general, and more specifically how marketers track it, has gotten significantly more complicated.

Le Figaro, the longest-running and largest newspaper in France, has, like many others, had to adapt with the times. Most recently, the company has made the move into mobile, launching an app to deliver the news to their customers whenever and wherever they need it.

As you’ve undoubtedly noticed, we’ve changed things up a bit.  Today, we launched our new website, logo, expanded messaging, and, most notably—a brand new line of mobile marketing solutions designed for brands, agencies, and performance marketers looking to reach precise mobile audiences.

Our two new products are for brand performance marketing:

A new year, a new milestone for Fiksu.

Thanks to our rapid growth, we’ve been busting out of the seams of our Boston headquarters for some time now. So on January 5th, we expanded our offices by opening a new floor at 31 St. James Avenue, nearly doubling our space to 43K total sq. ft.

Today marks an important milestone in Fiksu’s history. This morning we announced that we secured  $10 million in debt funding from Silicon Valley Bank, which means more support to fuel our global expansion and ongoing product development. With this new financing we have the room to build out even more innovation in the world of programmatic ad tech for mobile and serve a broader audience of clients around the world.

Fiksu is proud to be named a nominee for BostInno’s Coolest Companies Competition, an award we took home last year.

With our own bar, weekly company lunches, a fully-stocked kitchen, unlimited vacation, awesome team outings and all-around great people, we definitely think we’re one of Boston’s coolest companies.