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Adverttu

Earn Driving

Adverttu provides a new outdoor advertising solution.

We connect UK-based SMEs that are looking to advertise with private motorists, wishing to benefit financially via renting commercial space on the side of their car.

As a result, SME's from added ‘on-street’ exposure, whereas drivers benefit from a monthly payment of up to £150 pounds a month.

Spacewolff

P2P marketplace for ads. Turn excess space into ad space.

Spacewolff is a peer-to-peer marketplace for ad space. Anyone can list any type of space for ads, and businesses looking to advertise can place ads with users directly. Think of Airbnb, but for ad space. Users are monetize all types of space, ranging from stickers on laptops and balcony signs, to radio ad space in nationally ranked programs.

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Grabb-It

Location-based ads on your Uber's window

Grabb-it Inc. turns rideshare cars into digital billboards. The company installs a small device that transforms a car window into a digital screen, displaying content visible from outside the car. Advertisers get real-time campaign tracking, including campaign reach by location.

TechCrunch
It reminds me of something out of Blade Runner. Maybe it's because it looks a bit futuristic - a bit unreal. Maybe it's because I'm looking at an ad somewhere I never expected to see one, like the skyscraper-height ads of Ridley Scott's future. Grabb-It turns a carR...
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Wrapify

Connecting drivers + brands to create on-vehicle advertising

Wrapify is an omnichannel advertising platform that connects drivers and brands to create powerful metrics and attribution nationwide.

TechCrunch
Owning a car is expensive. Gas, insurance, and other miscellaneous car-related costs add up, and mean that in some cities it's already cheaper to replace your car with ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft. One startup, Wrapify, is trying to buck this trend by putting money back into the p...
sandiegouniontribune.com
San Diego car-wrapping startup Wrapify is padding its bank account Tuesday with a $3 million check from Fortune 500 packaging giant Avery Dennison. Launched in mid 2015, Wrapify pays people to drive around town in their own vehicles. The catch is that their cars are covered with an advertiser's message.
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