OwnerIQ, a MassVentures-backed company, was featured today in the Boston Business Journal. A Boston-based firm which enables targeted online banner ads using data about what consumers already own, expects to reach $30 million in revenue this year and is “on a growth trajectory that puts us at a $100 million company in a couple years,” CEO and co-founder Jay Habegger said in an interview. For the full story read here.
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