Harry founded Kargo in 2003, and over the past decade he has grown it from a small start-up shop to the leader in mobile brand advertising. In 2015, Kargo was recognized as one of the America’s fastest growing companies by Inc. magazine.
Today, Kargo works with the world’s most prestigious media companies and brands to deliver high quality mobile brand advertising. Kargo’s technology and ad experiences are integrated into the sites and apps of more than 300 of the largest publishers, and its technology powers the campaigns of more than 200 of the most influential brands. Kargo has won more than 7 Mobi and OMMA awards for creative innovation.
Harry’s experience building Kargo from the ground up gives him a deep understanding of the latest trends, consumer behavior, and the broader forces reshaping the media and advertising landscape. He holds over fifty patents related to Kargo’s technology and continues to drive the company to innovate around mobile advertising solutions, data products and programmatic technology. Harry is a frequent speaker at advertising and technology conferences including CES, IAB and Advertising Week, and has been featured in The New York Times, The Today Show, Advertising Age, The Wall Street Journal, NPR and dozens of other media outlets.
Harry graduated with honors from Harvard College where he is now an advisor to young entrepreneurs through the Harvard Innovation Lab. He lives in New York City with his wife and three children.
BA, Computer Science and Government1997
|Jul 7, 2016||Business Wire - Mobile Advertising Leader Kargo Attains Medialets’ Certified Partner Status|
|May 5, 2016||Venture Beat - Open letter to CMOs: Stop all mobile advertising immediately|
|Apr 14, 2016||The Drum - Kargo set to open UK office as it readies international expansion|
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|Feb 27, 2016||americanexpress.com - Kargo: An Early Vision of Mobile’s Future|
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|Feb 26, 2016||Bloomberg - The Growing Market for Mobile Brand Advertising|
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