• TAPTAP Networks Raises $4,5 million in Series A Led by Nauta Capital
    Home / International News / 2012 / April 2012 / April 27, 2012 TAPTAP Networks Raises $4,5 million in Series A Led by Nauta Capital Headquartered in Madrid TAPTAP Networks was founded in 2010 by Alvaro del Castillo.
  • TAPTAP Networks Raises $4,5 million in Series A Led by Nauta Capital
    The company has established itself as the leading Premium Mobile Advertising Network in Spain.
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  • TAPTAP Networks Raises $4,5 million in Series A Led by Nauta Capital
    TAPTAP Networks was founded in 2010 by Alvaro del Castillo, headquartered in Madrid it currently holds 18 employees.
  • TAPTAP Networks Taps into A Round
    TAPTAP Networks , the Spain-based mobile advertising network, has closed a $4.5 million Series A round led by Nauta Capital .
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    After finally walking away from any deal with Yahoo lasr week, Microsoft Corp has announced a smaller acquisition of television advertising software provider Navic Networks for an undisclossed sum.
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    After a bruising legislative session that saw him targeted by television comedians, Republican Gov.
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