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March 19, 2015
Media Infoline
Airloyal Launches Ladooo Insights at Ad-Tech, India Airloyal, the developer of India's fastest growing mobile marketplace - Ladooo - has launched LadoooInsights, a mobile based survey tool that would enable businesses to poll over 5 million smartphone users across India
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March 18, 2015
First Report
5M youngsters will tell you, what they feel about your product. Airloyal Launches Ladooo Insights at Ad-Tech, India Airloyal, the developer of India's fastest growing mobile marketplace – Ladooo – has launched LadoooInsights, a mobile based survey tool that would enable businesses to poll over 5 million smartphone users across India.
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March 16, 2015
SNL
Mobile ad platform rewards users who engage with advertisers As more companies look to emerging markets in Asia for growth, one mobile advertising startup says it has a winning formula to attract and retain consumers in India and elsewhere.
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November 05, 2014
Yahoo News
Ziptel spike sparks speeding ticket. Perth travel sim-card company Ziptel has received its second speeding ticket from the ASX in three weeks after its shares spiked 13.5 cents this morning to a new record high on no news
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October 18, 2014
Your Story
Presenting the TechSparks of 2014 - Showcase of the top 30 technology startups in India. It's here folks, the most awaited startup list in India – TechSparks of 2014. Brought to you by YourStory, the Tech30 companies are a group of companies selected from hundreds of applications sent in over a two month period.
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Aug 01, 2014
Your Story
Now Flipkart, Amazon and other brands will pay you to engage with them, courtesy startup Airloyal
As more and more Indians get online and increasingly shop online, it has become difficult for brands to get the kind of recall and retention that would mean more business for them.
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July 30, 2014
Indian Media Book
Startup of the week: How a Ladooo plans to disrupt the mobile advertising economy?
The tiny little mobile screen is full of advertising prospects, provided you use it right. In app advertising, flash ads, banner ads – all make sense on mobile only when put across to the right TG at the right time.
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July 28, 2014
Techie Buzz
Ladoo Offers Free Mobile Recharges for Engaging with Advertisers
Platforms like Tapjoy, which incentivize app downloads, have earned Apple's wrath in the past for messing up App Store rankings.
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July 14, 2014
Tech In Asia
Airloyal pays consumers to engage with brands like Flipkart, Goibibo, Vodafone
More and more Indians are now ready to splurge on solitaires, Jimmy Choo, and Louis Vuitton. Yet, India is still largely a value-for-money market. It is in this large, diversified country that a multitude of brands are vying for customer attention online.
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July 10, 2014
e27
This startup will never let you pay for mobile recharge again
Through the ad platform Ladooo, brands pay only if the consumer has interacted and engaged with their ads, and the user gets free airtime in return.
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June 25, 2014
News Today
Ladooo: Bringing brands closer to consumers
Airloyal, an advertising platform, links brands with consumers through its application 'Ladooo', that rewards customers with mobile prepaid airtime for interacting with advertisers.
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June 18, 2014
Business Wire India
Airloyal – The Startup Trailblazing a New Way to Drive Brand Engagement
In an increasingly crowded market with brands jostling for customer attention across various platforms, the challenge of customer retention is an increasingly difficult one, and rightfully so.
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June 17, 2014
Airloyal
Airloyal - The Startup Trailblazing A New Way To Drive Brand Engagement
Airloyal's Proprietary Platform, Ladooo, Boasts Almost a Million Instances of Brand Engagement within 90 days of its launch.
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June 10, 2014
Techcircle.in
BoxTV's business head Pandurang Nayak quits the company, joins Airloyal as its chief of products
Pandurang Nayak, the business head of Times Internet's online video service BoxTV has quit the company. Post his exit, Ashish Behl, head- content acquisitions at the company has taken over Nayak's responsibilities on an interim basis.
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June 9th, 2014
medianama.com
Box TV Business head Pandurang Nayak quits to join Air Loyal
Pandurang Nayak, Business Head of Times Internet's video on demand service BoxTV has quit the company. Times Internet confirmed Nayak's departure to MediaNama, and said that Ashish Behl has taken on interim charge.
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