When it comes to the casual gaming space, they listen to what the client is trying to accomplish and they consistently provide the most tailored and innovative programs to pay off on the client’s objectives.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 20, 2012
What better way to celebrate a year anniversary than with $3 million in sales in 2011 alone? Perhaps hearing that the $3 million is expected to double by 2013? Yeah, you could say it’s been a good year for GLO Gaming.
What first began as a dream at Founder Lindsey Port’s tiny kitchen table has transformed into one of the fastest growing online and mobile advertising platforms for the social gaming sphere. GLO Gaming is taking the burgeoning social and mobile gaming space by storm, offering a vast product suite of media solutions including video distribution, display and in-game integrations, giving clients a new way to market.
The road to success hasn’t been an easy one, especially for Port. With hardships such as the slumping economy, losing her dream job and giving up her apartment to make ends meet, Lindsey has seen her share of adversity. But, her diligence and passion has truly paid off, as the company has propelled forward as innovators in the field.
“Being at the forefront of social media is imperative for companies of every size and we’re excited to be the ones to help them in making that transition,” Port said. “We really have become visionaries in the online and mobile gaming realm, taking on some of the biggest brand names and giving them a presence in this exploding advertising medium.”
Big brands? Try Fortune 500 companies. Within one year, GLO Gaming has managed to build up an impressive portfolio of clientele including: Walmart, Gatorade, Ann Taylor LOFT, Microsoft, Canon, Disney, Kraft, Bayer, 2K Games and Blockbuster. And offering clients the ability to advertise to their target demographic in a multitude of ways has kept agencies, such as T3, relying on GLO Gaming for many of their social and gaming needs.
“GLO Gaming continues to be a preferred partner of T3 in the casual gaming vertical as their portfolio of ad solutions is much larger than their competitors,” Associate Media Director of T3, Eden Gorcey said. “When it comes to the casual gaming space, they listen to what the client is trying to accomplish and they consistently provide the most tailored and innovative programs to pay off on the client’s objectives, rather than applying a one size fits all solution to all campaigns.”
With its loyal client base and rapidly growing revenue numbers, GLO Gaming continues to expand in 2012 as they hire several new employees. They’ve also expanded into the United Kingdom, opening their first satellite office in London. With several new projects in the pipeline, they’re already well on their way to surpassing revenue goals – and it’s only the first quarter of the year.
“We’ve exceeded all expectations and accomplished so much during our first year in business,” Port added. “We are all extremely excited and looking forward to continuing the momentum at GLO Gaming well into 2012 and beyond.”