Two years after launching, neon marketing technology continues its strong growth. The company announced a capital increase and the opening of second office. In 2020, the startup’s revenue exceeded one million euros and its team grew to 15 employees and external collaborators.
Photo: Carlos Gonser has joined neon marketing technology and takes on the role of CTO / Credits © neon marketing technology
neon marketing technology managed to grow in its second full year of operations since the project was launched in 2018. The startup is acting as a collaborative partner for companies of all sizes and public institutions with a focus on digital marketing.
The management team announced the nomination of Jacques Weniger as Chief Operating Officer and a one of the group’s partner. Morevover, former Docler Holding’s Engineering Manager Carlos Gonser has joined neon marketing technology and takes on the role of CTO from Misch Strotz.
The company also increased its capital to €142,500 and has many ambitions for 2021. Its online marketing toolbox neontools.io now counts over 20,000 users from all over the world. For this year, neon marketing technology has set out to develop and launch several paid features and to increase its overall offering of tools for startups, content creators and marketers.
With its e-learning platform neonacademy.io, the startup also announced that it has signed an exclusive agreement with one of the most successful Luxembourgish content creators, Charly Schwarz. Other European creators like Micael Veras dos Santos and Loup Bahroune joined the platform for future online courses on topics like “How to film yourself”, “Creating Augmented Reality filters with Spark AR”, “Instagram for creators”, etc.
Furthermore, neon marketing technology has opened its second office in Lisbon and built a content production studio on its premises in Luxembourg. Wit hits 15 employees and network of external collaborators spread across Europe, the company continues to promote the “work from anywhere” philosophy and will continue to operate completely online while offering the possibility of meeting and recording videos physically in its office locations.