September 26th, 2018: Mobiquity Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB:MOBQ) a mobile first, next generation, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform for data and advertising, announced today its participation at the Swiss Growth Forum Event at Aretsky’s Patroon  in New York City on Tuesday, September 18, and released its interview with Jon Najarian from the NASDAQ Market-Site. Dean Julia (CEO) attended and presented at the event which was co-hosted by Andreea Porcelli, CEO of Swiss Growth Forum, and renowned CNBC personality Jon Najarian of Najarian Family Office.

The company provides precise mobile location data and insights on consumer’s real-world behavior on a single platform that’s easy to use and includes all the necessary features and tools required to run a successful mobile ad campaign. Their goal is to help advertisers deliver the right message to the right person at the right time more efficiently and effectively than ever before.

According to a recent report in MediaPost, it is forecasted that globally, marketers will spend $26 billion on data in 2019 — up from nearly $21 billion in 2018 and $15 billion in 2017. The study attributes the increase in the amount spent on data partly to display and programmatic advertising. Both rely heavily on data. The analysis estimates that globally, marketers will spend $75 billion on programmatic ads and nearly $121 billion on display ad in 2018. In 2019, those numbers will increase to nearly $90 billion and $137 billion, respectively. (

“The mobile ad market is at an all-time high and continues to grow. For the first time in history, spending on mobile advertising has surpassed television spending, and we believe this trend will continue. We also believe that by offering an all-inclusive platform that is more efficient and effective should give us the opportunity to capture a significant portion of this huge market,” said Dean Julia, CEO- Mobiquity Technologies, Inc.

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Watch the complete interview on the International ICO channel, below: