Romanian startup Retargeting.Biz opens LA office, targets 1,000 clients by year-end


Retargeting.Biz, a startup founded by two Romanians, has opened its first office in Los Angeles, USA, and is aiming to expand its portfolio to 1,000 clients by the end of 2016. The startup, founded by Rares Banescu and Mugur Frunzetti, helps online stores to communicate with customers via built-in workflows that can be customized by […]

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