29 August 2014

East Africa: Pan African Mobile AD Firm Expands in East Africa

Twinpine, Africa's largest premium mobile advertising network, will showcase the expansion and outlook of business in Kenya, and East Africa as a whole, in a meet and greet event in Nairobi. The #KuunganaKe event will host advertisers, online content publishers, brand owners and other industry participants on 9th September.

The event theme, 'Discovering the Mobile Web in Africa', Twinpine will display how to capture the right value from the mobile web.

Kuungana will feature the introduction of Twinpine's cutting edge advert server technology which gives partners more value for their money, and drives their revenue upwards.

Twinpine currently works with several leading ad agencies, brands and publishers locally and internationally connecting them with their African audience delivering exceptional results for them. The firm has delivered campaigns in several African countries including Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Ghana, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Zambia among others.

Key speakers at the event will be: Twinpine Elo Umeh, Managing Director and CEO; Thomas Mbalu, Regional Manager, East Africa; and Eniola Moronfolu, Product Management Lead.

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