Kochava’s Chinese office and recently-added features caught the attention of the Idaho Business Review. A short excerpt is reprinted below, while the entire article may be read here.
Sandpoint technology company Kochava has added several new features for customers that use mobile apps and is looking to expand both in Idaho and at a newly opened Chinese office. The company, which in November reached an agreement with state and local leaders for tax incentives to help it expand, offers analytics and other data tools to mobile advertisers.
Kochava has increased sales by 500 percent in 2014, movement that CEO Charles Manning called “insane growth.” Vice President of Marketing and Client Services Jason Hicks said the company continues adding workers. The company has more than 40 employees, he said, with plans…
Read the rest of the article at Idaho Business Review.