On the occasion of its 15-year anniversary, NetRefer C-Level and Heads came together to “celebrate the past, acknowledge the present and roadmap the future” the company said, announcing the completion of a three-day company address aimed at “re-instilling our values, vision and mission.”

Starting out 15 years ago, CEO and Founder Raphael Arnold developed NetRefer as the first unified performance marketing platform that took iGaming by storm. Since its first foray into Affiliate Marketing through the iGaming sector, it has seen many tech innovations, great collaborations and multiple awards, and today, counts itself as the Performance Marketing Platform of choice.

“For this, we thank everyone in the NetRefer family – our team members, clients, partners – everyone who stood by us. Together, we embarked on a rewarding journey,” it said in a recent statement marking the milestone anniversary.

“Turning 15 means more than celebrating. It means it’s time to rethink our position as a pioneer in the industry; to embrace more fully a mindset fitting for a company that’s come of age and imbue everything we do with it.”

During the three-day company address, the team also showcased upcoming product and tech developments, commercial initiatives, BizOps services and HR practices.

“We honour NetRefer’s CEO and Founder, Raphael Arnold’s ‘Inside-Out’ ideology. It’s his belief the company will truly prevail only if it relies on the organisation’s inner strengths, capabilities and belief systems. Success and greatness start from home,” the company shared on social media.

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