BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - Sep 24, 2012) - SessionM has been honored as the recipient of the 2012 MassTLC Technology Leadership Award in the Start-Up to Watch Category. SessionM was presented with the award on September 13 at the MassTLC Leadership Awards Gala, which drew more than 600 technology executives, entrepreneurs and investors.
Earlier this summer, SessionM was selected as one of five Start-Up to Watch finalists by a judging committee for demonstrating potential for significant growth through innovation as a new company. SessionM was identified as the winner of the Start-Up to Watch Category by the tech community through an online voting process.
"Several members of our team have been part of Boston's start-up scene for a number of years, so it's truly an honor to be recognized by our peers," said Lars Albright, co-founder and CEO of SessionM. "We're proud to be part of Boston's thriving tech community and look forward to playing our part to continue to help it grow."
SessionM's innovative approach to solving the mobile advertising industry's biggest engagement and retention issues has gained the company both local and national attention. Working with some of the biggest brands and developers -- including Viacom Interactive, The Weather Channel and Ford, to name a few -- SessionM continues to build on its mobile solution, proven to help developers retain users and enable brands to deliver new, exciting ways to connect with consumers through ads.
For more information on SessionM, visit www.sessionm.com.
Founded in 2011 by industry veterans of mobile technology companies, SessionM has built an innovative platform that connects consumers with mobile content and advertising in fun and rewarding new ways. Clients include some of the most notable developers and advertisers in the world, including Viacom Interactive, The Weather Channel, Demand Media, PepsiCo, Universal, Volvo and Unilever. SessionM is funded by Charles River Ventures, Highland Capital and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. The company is part of the iFund initiative at KPCB. SessionM is headquartered in Boston with offices across the country. For more information on SessionM, visit www.sessionm.com.