Socialbakers CEO Jan Rezab sat down with The Next Web during the Web Summit 2014 in Dublin to talk about the market, social marketing, and the future of our company.
Social media has become the preferred way customers want to engage with brands. As a result, social analytics tools have become the cornerstone for companies to measure their social media performance and gain competitive insights. We’ve been at the forefront of social measurement for half a decade.
With 13 offices worldwide, more than 2,500 clients – including half of the global Fortune 500 – high growth, and solid investments from key partners, things are getting pretty exciting around here.
From the piece:
For a company whose main business is looking as deep as possible into the ‘virtual worlds’ of social networks, Socialbakers has quite a lot of physical offices. As of November, it’s headquartered in Prague with major offices in London, New York, Mexico, Sao Paolo, and Singapore, as well as smaller ones in San Francisco, Dubai, Istanbul, Sydney, Melbourne, Munich, and Paris.
“It’s because our business is marketing, and marketing is based on a human touch, everywhere,” said Rezab, who was only 21 years old when he co-founded Socialbakers. “And I think technology is moving in the direction where you have to have small local hubs with client relationships people for your enterprise clientele to talk to.”
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