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Company press release: Smowtion to silver sponsor MIT Latin American Conference

Press release – BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, March 1, 2012

Smowtion, a technology company focused on providing products and support for advertising networks, will be a Silver Sponsor of the 15th annual MIT Latin American Conference, the oldest Latin American Conference among U.S. business schools. The event will be held on Saturday, March 10th, in the Wong Auditorium at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and is organized in partnership with BrasiIinvest.

An established Sell Side Platform (SSP) with more than 150,000 long tail publishers in 130 countries, Smowtion has 270 million unique users worldwide and 5 billion monthly impressions. “We are proud to be a sponsor, along with Brasilinvest and Bain and Company, of this important international event,” said Andres Alterini, Smowtion’s CEO. “Smowtion invites MIT students seeking to join a fast-growing company to find out more about us and the wonderful opportunities offered to them in the dynamic digital media market.”

Led entirely by MIT Sloan students, the aim of the conference is “to promote greater involvement of the international community in the development of Latin America, to increase the awareness of investment opportunities in the region, and to inspire future leaders to become ethical, innovative change makers in Latin America.” Jose Miguel Insulza, Secretary General of the Organization of American States, will be the event’s keynote speaker.

For more information visit http://mitlac.com.

About Smowtion

Smowtion is a technology company specializing in developing products and solutions that help target quality audiences for the online advertising industry. Its proprietary technology helps more than 150,000 publishers—including Web sites, blogs and social networking sites that reach over 270 million users worldwide—through display ads and customized solutions. In 2010, Smowtion was included on Endeavor’s List of High-Impact Entrepreneurs at the 36th International Selection Committee.

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