Mobile ads company to create 20 jobs

A new company specialising in mobile advertising is to create 20 jobs in Dublin.

DRG.ie (Digital Reach Group) will create a number of companies to service to service the internet sector, among them Adforce, to operate as a single point of contact for advertisers who want to target mobile internet users.

"The sites of network operators, information content providers and social media are growing in popularity," said DRG.ie managing director, Colm Grealy.

"These mobile pioneers are leading the way that others will surely follow very quickly as they realise the potential gains from mobile."

Mobile Interactive Group (MIG), the fastest-growing technology company in the UK last year.

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