Accessible from a unified data engine, Insider enables marketers to leverage personalization, predictive segmentation and real-time technologies to boost loyalty and digital growth. Insider is a technology company with offices in London, Moscow, Singapore, Dubai, Warsaw, Istanbul, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
London, GB
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
224 (est)+7%
Insider was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in London, GB

Insider Office Locations

Insider has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
The Stables Market Chalk Farm Rd

Insider Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2012

Total Funding

$2.2 m

Latest funding size

$2.2 m

Time since last funding

about 1 year

Investors

Insider's latest funding round in September 2016 was reported to be $2.2 m. In total, Insider has raised $2.2 m

Insider Financials

GBP

Cash (31-Dec-2015)

313 k
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash

82 k142 k313 k

Accounts Receivable

1 m877 k832 k

Current Assets

1.1 m1 m1.1 m

PP&E

43 k106 k127 k
Y, 2015

Financial Leverage

7.8 x
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Insider Online and Social Media Presence

Insider News and Updates

A scientist set out to prove that man flu is real so he could justify whining about his seasonal colds — what he found isn't helpful

'Man Flu' is the British term for a whiny guy who's complaining about his not-so-serious cold symptoms. The Christmas issue of the peer-reviewed medical journal The BMJ takes on the issue in a lighthearted article written by a Canadian professor who says he was "tired of being accused of over-reac…

A terrorist attacked New York City's subway with a nail bomb — here's how the devices work and why his didn't

A man tried to set off a pipe bomb strapped to his torso on Monday in New York City's subway system. The bomb partially detonated, injuring the attacker and five others but killing no one. President Donald Trump vowed to tighten US immigration in response, but foreign-born terrorism is a relativel…

The Airport Lounge Business — An Insider’s View of How It All Works

Airport lounges are rarely luxurious, but people love them. Perhaps they crave access to an "exclusive" airport club. So look for more to open soon at U.S. airports. As we learn in this interview, operating a lounge can be a profitable business. -Brian Sumers

Betting against bitcoin is about to get a lot more expensive

The cost of shorting bitcoin could skyrocket once futures trading starts on Sunday, says S3 Partners. The ultra-volatile cryptocurrency has seen massive fluctuations in recent days, and making bets on either side of it is about to get more expensive. If you think bitcoin has gotten out of hand, …

In a career filled with bad guy roles, Ben Mendelsohn is very thankful to show a different side in Churchill drama 'Darkest Hour'

Ben Mendelsohn plays King Henry VI in "Darkest Hour," one of the rare times he hasn't played a bad guy in a movie. Don't worry though, he's got some major bad guy roles coming, like Sheriff of Nottingham in "Robin Hood" and the villain in "Ready Player One." But he's quiet about a possible return …

A new $524 million arena has put added pressure on one of the NBA's rising teams to take the next step

The Milwaukee Bucks will move into a new $524 million arena next fall that they hope will help usher in a new chapter for the franchise. With the move comes added pressure to win over fans and build a championship-contending team. The Bucks have already swung a big trade this year and may look for…
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