At the forefront of the in-house advertising movement, Nanigans arms marketing teams with the best software to manage their digital advertising in-house. For nearly five years, Nanigans has developed the industry-leading advertising automation platform to empower CMOs to achieve their social and mobile performance marketing goals at scale. Nanigans is a leader among ecommerce, gaming, and other pure-play internet companies, enabling in-house teams to take control of their advertising through sophisticated workflow automation, predictive optimization, deep data integrations, and real-time and lifetime reporting tools. Founded in 2010 by veteran entrepreneurs from data warehousing and performance marketing, Nanigans is regarded as one of the most innovative companies in advertising technology today. By building scalable software that meets the specific in-house marketing needs of the world’s largest performance advertisers, Nanigans has earned a reputation for developing cutting-edge solutions to complex user acquisition and remarketing challenges. The company is disrupting the traditional agency and ad network model of media buying and is enabling new levels of efficiency and success in the process.
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Boston, US
Size (employees)
128 (est)+4%
Nanigans was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Boston, US
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Key People/Management at Nanigans

Ric Calvillo

Ric Calvillo

Founder, CEO
Andrew Lau

Andrew Lau

Chief Strategy Officer
Claude Denton

Claude Denton

Founder & CTO
Ben Tregoe

Ben Tregoe

SVP Business Development

Nanigans Office Locations

Nanigans has an office in Boston
Boston, US (HQ)
60 State St
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Nanigans Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$32.9 m

Latest funding size

$24 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago


Nanigans's latest funding round in March 2015 was reported to be $24 m. In total, Nanigans has raised $32.9 m
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