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History

2000
December
Established A1 Adnet (currently mediba inc.)
2001
March
Began providing ad merchandising services
2004
June
Changed the company name to mediba
2006
May
Started publication of EZ Hot Info (email-based ads)
2007
September
Began organization of the “au one” portal sight, which integrated KDDI-supplied mobile phones with PCs
2010
March
Began providing ad networks for feature phones
September
Began providing a sampling service for feature phones
2011
March
Began providing the “mediba ad” ad network for smartphones (this service ended March 31, 2015)
June
Began providing the “Smaho Girl” (Smartphone Girl) website for women on PCs and Android™ (this service ended November 30, 2016)
August
Opened Okinawa Branch
2012
March
Began organizing “au Smart Pass” provided by KDDI
Began providing the sampling service on “au Smart Pass” provided by KDDI
June
Opened Vietnam representative office
August
Moved corporate office to Shibuya Hikarie
December
Began providing a recommended ad delivery service for smartphones
2013
June
Integrated and revamped “au Smart Pass” and “au Portal” provided by KDDI
October
Created mediba’s CREDO
2014
April
Opened Kansai branch
October
Transferred Scaleout Inc. shares to KDDI, and executed an absorption split of part of mediba operations to Scaleout Inc. (currently Supership, Inc.),
2015
October
Moved Kansai branch (absorbed by Supership, Inc. in April 2018)
December
Began providing “Z TOKYO” web media
2016
January
Began providing “camily” web media
April
Acquired shares of AppBroadCast
Began providing “mGift” member benefits service for the Vietnam market
Transferred “au Game” business from KDDI
November
Introduced internal corporate systems to the Okinawa branch office, and changed name to “seasorize”
2017
May
Merged with AppBroadCast
October
Began providing “UQ Life” portal for UQ mobile
December
Began providing “au Uranai Appli” (au Fortune Telling app) for chat-based fortune-telling
2018
April
Revised mediba’s CREDO
Outsourced ad sales operations to Supership, Inc.
May
Began providing “Open Doctors” web media