For the third year in a row, LiveIntent has been named to the Crain’s Fast50. The list highlights the fastest growing companies in NYC. We’re honored to be included with other innovative companies known for disrupting in the media space like Persado, Taboola, BuzzFeed, Yext, Vice and AppNexus.
Email has evolved from being known for sending and receiving email to being known for its unique ability to market to people, and we’ve been leading that transformation. Being recognized for that pioneering by Crain’s is another confirmation that LiveIntent is on the right path.
We exist in a world of proliferating devices and deteriorating attention. As the average consumer approaches five devices, the power of email rises to the forefront as a means for helping reach consumers wherever they are paying attention. The success and rapid growth that Crain’s has recognized us for are the result of the value we bring everyday to our customers. Brands and Publishers both seek out the warm embrace of People-Based Marketing to drive their growth and their future, and the fact that LiveIntent is poised to help our clients fully take advantage of the wonders of the medium of email propel our growth.
Being recognized for this by the press is as much validation as it is a mandate to continue to help brands be present where their clients are spending the most time online: email. It’s even more paramount as our world becomes more mobile:
– 86% of emails are now read on a mobile device
– People check their mobile phone up to 150x a day
– 80% of users report reading email on mobile devices
– Email is the most popular activity on mobile
– People spend over six hours each weekday on email
– 23% of every mobile Internet hour is spent in email (as published in our Email Everywhere: Adapting to the Mobile Nature of Email)
For the third year in a row, thanks to the amazing and global LiveIntent team for making our rapid growth possible. Without you, none of this would be possible. Together, we’re helping our brands and publishers focus on people, not devices, to grow their futures.