FreakOut is the first DSP (Demand Side Platform) and at present has the most number of ad impressions in Japan.
We started the DSP business in 2010 and then expanded our business into a DMP (Data Management Platform) and a Native Ad Network. We continuously grew and consequently got listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers (Market of The High-Growth and Emerging Stocks) in June 2014.
6 years after our founding, we now have more than 200 employees and 12 offices in 11 different countries: the head office in Tokyo with a branch office in Osaka, Manila in the Philippines, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam, Jakarta in Indonesia, Singapore, Bangkok in Thailand, Istanbul in Turkey, Tehran in Iran, Delhi in India, and Taipei in Taiwan. We are now a global marketing technology company, rapidly expanding towards a robust Asian market.
As technology advances and computers learn to perform tasks with greater efficiency, computers have created a work-style revolution. By letting computers do what they are very good at, we, humans can have surplus time to commit to our creativity.
Our mission is that through the use of our technology, people will have more time to dedicate to their creativity. We believe that we can make this world more creative by making the best possible use of technology and human creativity.
FreakOut leads this new movement with advanced technology.
We keep creating better value in the world.
Founder & Global CEO of FreakOut Holdings, Inc.
"Hike" is an Ad Network focusing on smartphone in-feed style Native Ads.
A good majority of Internet audience is now Mobile and a smartphone is the most common device to access the web. With User Experience being part of almost all key performance metrics, it’s important that the mobile experience is optimized and preserved.
“Hike” display ads use similar layout that matches the website or app that they appear in. Our display ads are mobile-friendly and never annoying, a big deal especially when compared with traditional banner ads.
Our Native Ads are similar to that of Facebook and Twitter’s own Native Ads which are displayed within the content. “Hike” ads fit the look and feel of the publisher’s website or app, perfectly blending with its environment.
Both Publishers and Advertisers should benefit from mobile traffic without sacrificing user experience.