Tune Stock

tune.comAdvertisingFounded: 2009Funding to Date: $36.4MM

Founded and initially bootstrapped by twin brothers Lucas and Lee Brown, TUNE is the Seattle-based attribution analytics company behind the products MobileAppTracking (MAT) and HasOffers. With a mission to make mobile marketing better for everyone, TUNE creates Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products to help marketers manage performance advertising relationships across mobile and desktop. Named the 63rd fastest growing company by Inc. 500 in 2013 and a top 10 mobile advertising company by VentureBeat, TUNE is backed by Accel Partners (investment led by Rich Wong) and has more than 200 employees with additional offices in San Francisco, NYC, Seoul, Tel Aviv, and London.

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Management Team

Peter Hamilton
Chief Executive Officer
Niek Sanders
Chief Technology Officer
Ralf Hirt
Chief Revenue Officer
Lucas Brown
Chief Product Officer & Co-Founder
Saira Nayak JD
Chief Privacy Officer
Lee Brown
Co-Founder and Chief Architect

Board Members

Jeb Miller
Icon Ventures
Richard Wong
Accel Partners
Robert Glaser
Accel Partners

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