Teads is Heading to the iMedia Breakthrough Summit

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Teads will be heading down to Austin, Texas October 26-28 to attend  iMedia’s Breakthrough Summit. Guaranteed to be a crucial destination for the automated buying industry’s movers and shakers, the summit’s theme will be centered around ‘Navigating Content & Creativity in a Programmatic World.’

Among all of the innovative panel sessions and workshops that the event will be hosting, we’re especially excited to glean learnings from Teads’ President, USA & Canada Jim Daily’s Town Hall presentation, which will be taking place on Tuesday, October 27th at 12:20 – 2 PM.  In his session, titled “Packing a Programmatic Punch,” Daily will explore the various approaches that brands and advertisers take to managing inventory in private marketplaces and open exchanges, as well as optimizing programmatic executions. Prior to the Town Hall’s start, Daily will participate in a brief and compelling panel session with two of the industry’s greatest working minds in programmatic: Cara Moran, Group Media Director at  MMI Agency, and Blake Hochberger, Director of Programmatic at Resignation Media.

Daily’s Town Hall session is certain to churn up lively conversation that will keep media professionals at the edge of their seats, and ahead of the ever-evolving ad tech game.

If you can make it to the Lone Star state for the iMedia Breakthrough Summit, Jim Daily and our Director of Sales Amanda Wilzbacher would be thrilled to meet with you, chat digital, and learn all about your company’s goals and needs. To set up a meeting, feel free to reach out to marketing-us@teads.tv.

Can’t make it to the event, but still curious in learning all about the opportunities that Teads’ programmatic solutions provide, and how you can tap into premium outstream video inventory? Our team of national and international representatives are here to help. Email us at contact-us@teads.tv to get the conversation started

 

 

 

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