New York, NY – March 25, 2019 – BounceX, a category leader in device identity resolution, is excited to announce that CEO and Co-founder, Ryan Urban, has today been named to Crain’s New York 40 Under 40. Each year, Crain’s seeks out determined New Yorkers—who together represent every borough and—possessing an uncanny determination to solve problems to help their business grow.
Under Ryan’s leadership, BounceX has been ranked number one overall for both employee retention and career development by ComputerWorld, has been honored as one of Fortune’s best places to work and has been recognized by Glassdoor for its exceptional culture and being one of the top places to work in the country.
“Our first company core value is ‘Come Hungry,’ and I think it’s this mindset that has set us so far apart as a company. We wake up every day ready to tackle a new challenge, a new product, a new vertical,” said BounceX CEO and Co-founder, Ryan Urban. “Being included on this list is just as much a reflection of our team coming hungry every single day as it is of my work.”
With headquarters in New York and London, the company recently signed both the White House Equal Pay Pledge and the United Nations Women’s Empowerment Pledge and continues to set the bar as a pioneer in technology innovation and workplace inclusion initiatives.
Crain’s will host its annual 40 Under 40 networking event on Tuesday, April 16, when attendees will get to meet all the 40 honorees from their Class of 2019.
To learn more about BounceX, please visit www.bouncex.com
BounceX is an international marketing technology solution that brings a “logged-in” experience to logged-out website visitors across all their devices. A category leader in device identity resolution, BounceX helps companies like Uniqlo, HelloFresh and Tribune Interactive orchestrate real-time, multichannel marketing programs customized for the individual behind each device. They’re best known for their impact on triggered email performance and website personalization.
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