LoopMe wins ‘Tech Provider of the Year’ at the British Media Awards

[vc_row el_class=”black blog-posts” css=”.vc_custom_1530289522264{padding-bottom: 10% !important;}”]We’re thrilled to announce that last night we were awarded ‘Tech Provider of the Year’ at Campaign’s British Media Awards ahead of competition from Google and Reuters. We also received Bronze in the category ‘Best Commercial Use of Data’ for our PurchaseLoop product, which uses AI to optimise brand metrics.

Now in its seventh year, the BMA’s recognise ‘media owners and companies that are innovating and adapting at a time of unprecedented change in media’. The judges included Liz Jones, CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network, Jon Slade, Chief Commercial Office at the FT and Gordana Buccisano, Head of Business & Commercial Planning Global Clients, Publicis Media.

They felt that LoopMe addressed a specific problem with brand advertising on mobile in a smart way which benefits the ads ecosystem. The judges also felt that LoopMe offered a new approach to engagement and effectiveness using AI, offering end to end user experience and fantastic results.

LoopMe CEO and Co-Founder Stephen Upstone commented, “To win such a prestigious award is a testament to the hard work everyone has put in globally. From product to data science, this is an award for everyone!”.

Well done to all the winners! To find out more about LoopMe and PurchaseLoop get in touch.

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Download the AI Guide: Advertising & Beyond

[vc_row el_class=”black blog-posts” css=”.vc_custom_1530289426141{padding-bottom: 10% !important;}”]Today marks the release of our guide ‘AI: Advertising & Beyond’, the follow up to our first guide on AI, created by LoopMe’s data scientists.

34% of marketing executives feel underprepared to handle AI compared to any other emerging technology.

While our first guide focused on the principles of AI, this guide, ‘AI: Advertising & Beyond’ takes a deeper dive into the realities of AI and look into how it affects the advertising industry and the wider world.

Download the guide to learn:

–      Which industries that are being dramatically transformed by AI and some companies to watch out for

–      How to express and analyse data

–      The importance of ‘big data’ and how maximise using AI in your ad campaigns

–      What it’s like to be a Data Scientist at LoopMe

Get your free copy here.

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LoopMe Founders Named in Maserati’s 100 Game Changing Entrepreneurs

[vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1530289273996{padding-bottom: 10% !important;}” el_class=”black blog-posts”]We’re delighted to announce that LoopMe co-founders Stephen Upstone (CEO) and Marco Van De Bergh (CTO) have been included in the ‘Maserati 100’ in partnership with The Sunday Times. The award, which is now in its third year, recognises and celebrates Britain’s ‘game changing entrepreneurs’.

Stephen and Marco were among great company, joined by the founders of Sterling Bank, The Fragrance Shop and ClearScore.

LoopMe’s rapid growth has been largely fueled by PurchaseLoop, the world’s first brand uplift optimizer which has become a leading market solution to brands and agencies alike.

“To be featured in such a prestigious list is fantastic” commented LoopMe CEO and Co-Founder, Stephen Upstone. “This inclusion is not just a reflection of Marco and me, but of the 200+ Loopers worldwide dedicated to LoopMe’s mission – closing the loop on brand advertising”.

Well done to all shortlisted in the Maserati 100.  If you’re interested in learning more about LoopMe then get in touch.