Aki Technologies' Second Annual "Aki Giving Moments" Campaign Promotes Charitable Giving for the Hol

Aki Technologies today announced its second annual holiday charity campaign, "Aki's Giving Moments." Through Aki Giving Moments, Aki will contribute a portion of its Q419 earnings to the Make-A-Wish

Foundation, a non-profit organization that serves a unique and vital role in helping strengthen and empower children battling critical illnesses. Aki will also help promote the favorite charities of participating advertisers as part of the Aki Giving Moment program.

"As a company, we value our ability to give back throughout the year and particularly during the holiday season," said Scott Swanson, CEO and co-founder of Aki Technologies. "It's gratifying to put the energies of our team and our agency partners into doing good and making a difference in another person's life. We're excited to bring back Aki's Giving Moment, one of our most important initiatives."

Earlier this year, Aki formally launched its philanthropic arm Aki for Good and joined the Pledge 1% Movement. Last year, Aki celebrated the holiday season by launching Aki Giving Moments. The 2018 campaign saw Aki contribute $10,000 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

As part of its Giving Moments efforts, Aki also donates bonus impressions to the charity of choice for advertisers who executed Q4 campaigns. Aki Technologies plans to make this campaign an annual holiday tradition.

Aki Technologies' moment marketing science helps agencies and brands deliver more consumer-friendly, personalized advertising on mobile devices. Through artificial intelligence, Aki predicts when and how a mobile consumer is most likely to respond to a marketing message, reducing friction in the ad experience and delivering stronger awareness, engagement, foot traffic and sales for brands.

To learn more about Aki's Giving Moments, visit https://www.a.ki/aki-for-good/ or contact Aki at https://www.a.ki/contact. To learn more about, or donate to, the Make-A-Wish® Foundation, visit https://www.wish.org.