Targetspot strengthens its position as the European leader in digital audio and opens new office in London
Targetspot, the most advanced digital audio and advertising platform, is proud to announce a new office opening in the United Kingdom. This milestone clearly affirms company’s International leadership while also strengths its European local presence to better connect publishers and advertisers.
Indeed, Targetspot has triumphed in new markets and launched 5 new offices with strong local teams throughout Europe and Canada in a year. Today, Agencies and Publishers in the UK can now take full advantage of Targetspot’s complete and integrated solutions for digital audio ranging from streaming and podcast technology to monetization, extensive and creative advertising, unique Listener ID targeting to incredible reporting and more.
Targetspot appoints Adam Pattison as Managing Director for the United Kingdom.
“We are thrilled to welcome Adam to drive our expansion in the UK. Our vision is to bring the world-class innovating digital audio capabilities to this growing market and closely accompany advertisers and publishers in the building of their audio strategy. Adam’s substantial experience and dynamism are an incredible added-value in this commitment” – says Erik Portier, Chief Revenue Officer.
Indeed, Adam brings considerable experience to the Targetspot business having filled a variety of commercial leadership positions within the UK and EMEA digital media, adtech, and mobile app industries across a 13 year career.
“Digital Audio represents the main growth potential within digital advertising in the UK where already high consumer consumption of music and radio streaming as well as podcasts is not always matched by investment”, says Adam Pattison. “Targetspot are perfectly positioned to take advantage and I cannot wait to get started. Targetspot combines easily integrated managed or self-serve advertising demand into its platform which houses exclusive owned and operated publisher inventory as well as high quality third party publishers.”