Over the past six years, CNBC has announced the Disruptor 50, an annual list of private companies that are shaking up the landscape and threatening the status quo in their respective industries. Many of these companies have continued to innovate in and change their industries.
This year, the CNBC Disruptor 50 list for 2018 includes InMobi. Now in its 10th year, InMobi has continued its investment and commitment towards innovation and quality with a mission to deliver next-generation technology to disrupt the mobile advertising and marketing industry.
“We’re honored to be featured on CNBC’s Disruptor 50 List as this further validates InMobi’s mission to disrupt the mobile advertising and marketing industry through innovation,” said Naveen Tewari, Founder & CEO at InMobi. “InMobi is revolutionizing the adtech and martech industry through our initiatives in artificial intelligence and machine learning, which sit at the company’s core. Innovation and transparency isn’t something that can be done once – it constantly evolves over time through advances in technology and we embed this into the heart of everything we do.”
Advertising technology is in a transformative phase right now. InMobi has been disrupting adtech and martech in part through our commitment to trust. We believe in, and facilitate, honest advertising through radical transparency, industry-leading quality and verifiable and trustworthy measurement. As the landscape grows and as consolidation continues apace, our position as one of CNBC’s 50 Most Disruptive Companies in the world puts us in prime position to lead our industry and set lasting trends.
To learn more about CNBC’s methodology and selection process, and to see who else made the list this year, check out CNBC.com/disruptors.
It’s always great to be honored like this, but we’re not spending too much time patting ourselves on the back. As the mobile marketing and advertising space evolves, and as threats emerge and mature, we’re committed to bettering ourselves, our products and our services. Like a superhero, our work is never done.
Posted by: Matt Kaplan