Teads will continue its APAC expansion in Australia by officialising the opening of two new offices in Sydney and Melbourne.
The ANZ development increases Teads’ existing global reach of 1.5B users (comScore, Oct 2019) and provides new business potential for established Asian brands with secured local partnerships with The Canberra Times, 7News and Stuff. Aside from ensuring brand-safe, fraud-free and viewable inventory, Teads ANZ will now offer a wide range of additional benefits to advertisers such as data services, outcome-based optimization and full-funnel solutions. Australian and APAC publishers will also benefit from Teads in order to grow their advertising revenues with a business model that did not exist before.
“As our Australian presence expands, we are focused on supporting the growth of the entire APAC region. Our innovative solutions have changed the game for video, display and performance advertising and helped drive new revenues for our publishers. We have built relationships with many of the world’s well-known brands and most premium global publishers, and we are confident we will be able to extend our top-notch client base in Australia as well thanks to Remi Lafon,” said Teads APAC vice president Christian Guinot.
“From a global perspective and beyond the local market growth plan, I look forward to developing the strategies of global and local advertisers, setting up flawless operations and positioning Teads as the undeniable number one advertising ad partner in Australia”, added Teads AU head of business development Remì Lafon,
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