New York, NY, USA
Advertising · Gaming · Mobile, Platforms, and Apps · Sales and Marketing · Software
1 - 10 employees
Considered one of New York City’s fastest growing mobile-first companies, Jump Ramp is the leader in delivering innovative promotions, rewards and instant winning experiences through free mobile casual gaming. Connecting consumers with our top partners in mobile gaming, commerce, branding and product discovery. We are backed by premiere VCs including SoftBank Capital, Bullpen Capital. Founders Collective and LeadEdge Capital. Our flagship app Lucktastic launched on Android in 2014 and has quickly built an engaged, enthusiastic and loyal customer base attracting nearly 10 million installs in the US on Android and iOS. Lucktastic is consistently ranked in the top 3 within the lifestyle category on the Google Play Store alongside brands like Tinder, Zillow, and Starbucks as well as top 10 respectively in the Apple Store. With a dominant social footprint that includes nearly 2 million Facebook fans, the Lucktastic brand has a reach that extends 12 million weekly unique American consumers. We have a strong focus on extending our brand and becoming a household name in the US. Jump Ramp looks to grow a network of apps and innovative content beyond our flagship app with an eye on expanding to Asia and other International markets. Jump Ramp prides itself on being a close-knit team with nearly 40 employees, and looking to double in the next 18 months. We look for talent that thrives in an innovative entrepreneurial environment, is excited about consumer products that touch millions of Americans and who embrace our exciting diverse NYC culture. We’re not afraid to move fast and break things as we release, launch, iterate, update and announce - sometimes all in the same day! So if you thrive on solving problems in the mobile space that have never been tackled before, come join our team! #AlexBetancur #TonyVartanian #RickBusch #VincentMeyer #JeremyStrauser #SudhirVallamkondu #RyanSafarian #AlexTarrandSomething looks off?