Criteo CEO Megan Clarken spoke with Adweek about our post-cookie preparations and her leadership strategies amid a crisis.
Jaysen Gillespie, VP, Head of Data Science and Analytics, writes in Campaign about South Korea's successful business reopening and strategies that retailers in the US can learn from them.
Data Center Knowledge spoke with Matthieu Blumberg, VP, Engineering Infrastructure, about our commitment to sustainability and reducing our carbon footprint through the use of renewable energy at our US data center.
CEO Megan Clarken was interviewed by Entrepreneur about her experiences as a new CEO during a global pandemic. Megan shares her role in helping transform Criteo's business, the challenges advertisers are facing during COVID-19 and her advice for marketing leaders amid the crisis.
In June, we announced the appointment of Sherry Smith as Managing Director of Retail Media for the Americas. Sherry will lead and oversee daily operations and strategy for the Retail Media commercial team, supporting that business unit's overall growth.
Jess Breslav, EMD, Americas, contributed a piece to Forbes about the importance of brand loyalty, noting that in today’s environment, consumers are shopping out of necessity rather than weighing their options.
Thrive Global features a contributed piece from Criteo CEO Megan Clarken on how she has flexed new muscles over the last few months to ensure business continuity during the COVID-19 crisis.
Geoffroy Martin, EVP and GM, Growth Portfolio, speaks with Adweek about the launch of Criteo’s first-to-market Retail Media platform. The article notes how the platform prioritizes transparency for brands, agencies and retailers.
MediaPost reported on the Criteo Partners Program, highlighting how agencies, brands and retailers can use our platform to help grow their customer bases. The article also highlights the growth of Criteo’s consideration solution, Traffic Generation.
Diarmuid Gill, CTO, and Arnaud Blanchard, Senior Analytics and Product Manager, spoke with AdExchanger about our new privacy proposal, SPARROW. An alternative to Google’s TURTLEDOVE, SPARROW specifically puts control over bidstream data and auction logic with an independent, third-party “gatekeeper.”