Mammoth Media Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Mammoth Media's estimated annual revenue is currently $12.3M per year.
- Mammoth Media received $13.0M in venture funding in January 2018.
- Mammoth Media's estimated revenue per employee is $205,000
- Mammoth Media's total funding is $13.7M.
- Mammoth Media has 60 Employees.
- Mammoth Media grew their employee count by -35% last year.
- Mammoth Media currently has 6 job openings.
What Is Mammoth Media?
Mammoth Media is redefining entertainment for the mobile-first generation. Mammoth is the first to produce, distribute, and monetize original entertainment apps for the moments of micro-boredom in daily life, and in doing so, delivers revenue, brand value and data- driven insights to content owners and advertisers. Mammoth is the studio behind Yarn, the innovative micro- storytelling platform with stories delivered as text messages. Yarn has become a prominent destination for short-form storytelling with a total of 36 million stories and 7.5 billion messages read to date. The average user reads 4 times a day for 2 minutes per session totaling 56 minutes in their first week. Users spend 66,000 hours per week reading Yarn stories. Wishbone is Mammoth's tap-to-vote social networking app where users generate polls and side-by-side comparisons. On Wishbone, a total of 74 million cards have been created. The app has an average of 352 million votes per month and a total of 17 billion votes cast to date, reaching 2M teen girls (12-16) every month. Both apps are consistently ranked in the Top 100 App charts in the United States and have collectively touched more than 30% of United States Generation Z and Millennials. Mammoth started with Yarn and Wishbone, and will continue to launch innovative mobile-first properties in service of our mission. Headquartered in Santa Monica, CA, Mammoth Media is led by Benoit Vatere (Founder and CEO), Talia Kocar (VP of Content), Solene Schwartz (Head of Ops), Peter Szabo (CRO and Head of Partnerships), Matt Turner (CTO) and Fei Xiao (Head of Product).keywords:N/A