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Largest Mobile Lockscreen Platform Buzzvil Partners with Japan’s Ponta

The world's first and largest mobile lockscreen media platform provider and a member company of the Born2Global Centre, Buzzvil announced its partnership with Ponta, Japan's major loyalty and points programme operated by Loyalty Marketing Inc., to launch "Tamaru Screen x Ponta". Tamaru Screen is Buzzvil's SDK brand in the Japanese market. This app allows users to get Ponta Points in exchange for consuming personalized content and ads on the smartphone lockscreen. Earned Ponta Points can be used to get discounts at…

Largest Mobile Lockscreen Platform Buzzvil Partners with Japan’s JR-East

World's first and largest mobile lockscreen media platform provider Buzzvil, a member company of Born2Global Centre, has partnered with East Japan Railway Company to launch "Tamaru Screen x JRE POINT". This trial app allows users to get JRE POINT in exchange for consuming personalized content and ads on the smartphone lockscreen or the first screen until March 30, 2019. Earned points will be visible the next day. Users can easily access the real-time information of metro lines operated by JR-East, such as train delay…

Buzzvil Charts Rising Interest in Mobile Lockscreen Advertising

US Marketers Discovering Lockscreen Campaigns that Avoid Ad Clutter and Deliver Fivefold Increases in Consumer Engagement Mobile lockscreen advertising is emerging as a successful element of US marketing campaigns as once-skeptical businesses reap impactful consumer engagement, according to a new white paper by Buzzvil, a lockscreen advertising platform. The report, ‘The State of Lockscreen Advertising: Engagement, Revenue and Apprehension in a New Era of Mobile Advertising,’ documents a growth spurt in the nascent use…

Interview with Robert Seo, CEO US, Buzzvil

"CMOs are seeing a record number of users opting-in for lockscreen content, and marketing strategies in turn are including that most-often used area of a device."Tell us about your journey into technology. How did a US Marine take to entrepreneurship? I joined the Marine Corps when I was 18 because I wanted to serve and to challenge myself to grow. I got what I wanted and more through my training and my time with a light armored reconnaissance unit. Since then, I’ve always been placing myself in challenging situations…