IronSource Banks on Doubled Revenues for Future Acquisitions, Report Says
The Israel-based web and mobile monetization company expects revenues of $900 million in 2019 and is contemplating an IPO, co-founder Omer Kaplan told Reuters Monday
Lilach Baumer | 16:35 01.04.2019
Privately held web and mobile monetization company IronSource Ltd. expects to rake in $900 million in sales in 2019, Reuters reported Monday following an interview with co-founder and chief revenue officer Omer Kaplan. If the company reaches its forecasts for 2019, it will double its 2018 revenues, Kaplan told Reuters.
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