April 20, 2014 5:56 PM ET


Company Overview of Possible Worldwide Inc.

Company Overview

Possible Worldwide Inc., an interactive marketing agency, provides advertising and marketing services for companies in the United States and internationally. The company offers strategy planning, analytics and optimization, content development, interactive advertising, user experience development, and technology services. It provides its services through various platforms, such as Web and PC, TV and console gaming, tablet, mobile, touchwall, and interactive objects. Possible Worldwide was formerly known as Bridge Worldwide LLC. The company was founded in 1979 and is based in Cincinnati, Ohio. It has locations in New York, Austin, Bengaluru, Beijing, Cincinnati, Delhi, Dubai, Guangzhou, Gurga...

302 West Third Street

Suite 900

Cincinnati, OH 45202

United States

Founded in 1979





Key Executives for Possible Worldwide Inc.

Global Chief Executive Officer
Global President
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Managing Director of Singapore
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

Possible Worldwide Inc. Key Developments

Possible Worldwide Inc. Lays Off 17 Staffers in July in Cincinnati

Possible Worldwide Inc. laid off 17 staffers in July, leaving the company with roughly 273 employees at 302 W. Third St. The company announced that it is not part of any major restructuring or change in overall strategy, rather shifting of some business previously led out of Cincinnati to other offices.

Possible Worldwide and Hong Kong Jockey Club Announce Introduce IBU Interactive Gaming Table

Possible Worldwide and Hong Kong Jockey Club (the Club) announced the launch of the world's most advanced, multi-touch racing experience with the introduction of the IBU interactive gaming table. Debuting at the Club's adrenaline bar and lounge at Hong Kong's iconic Happy Valley racecourse, the IBU utilizes an elegant mix of technology, user-interface design and industrial design to create a seamless and social betting experience for up to eight racing fans. Designed to resonate with the always-on tablet and smartphone generation, the IBU brings a more social aspect to a night at the track, encouraging interaction amongst the players as they review horse information and odds, place bets and cheer the winners. Financial transactions are powered by the Club's RFID-enabled cards that allow players to securely place bets and collect payouts in real time. Additionally, players can instantly call up detailed stats and historical performance information on the various horses competing in each race as well as view video from past trainings to judge for themselves the form of the horses.

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