After A Decade In Business, Kargo Says It’s Growing Fast, With Big Ambitions For Premium Mobile Ads

By the standards of the startups we cover at TechCrunch, mobile advertising company Kargo is pretty much ancient.

But even though it was founded back in 2003, the company says it’s hit a triple digit revenue growth, with total annual revenue approaching $50 million. And it’s profitable.

Founder and CEO Harry Kargman also told me that Kargo’s headcount has grown about 50 percent since the beginning of the year, to about 85 employees. As a result, Kargo has outgrown its current Manhattan headquarters (pictured above), and there are plans to move into a new, larger space this fall.