AdWeek explores the current state of the advertising technology landscape, highlighting Criteo's new product roadmap as well as its plans to return to double-digit growth.
Findings from Criteo's Toys “R” Us & Babies “R” Us Shopper Survey are covered by eMarketer, noting how Amazon, Walmart and Target have become the retailers of choice when it comes to finding a new place for toy shopping.
The Motley Fool points to Criteo as one of the best stocks to invest due to its better-than-expected financial results in Q4 2018 as well as its client retention rate of 90 percent.
The Drum features the appointment of Kenneth Pao as Criteo's new Executive Managing Director for APAC, who joins the company to further accelerate the growth of Criteo’s business in the Asia-Pacific region.
MediaPost features Criteo's Q4 and FY18 earnings results, highlighting Criteo’s transition to becoming a self-service tool for mid-market advertisers and noting that the company ended the quarter with more than 19,500 clients.
The Motley Fool explores Criteo's Q4 2018 financial results, highlighting a return to constant-currency revenue growth thanks to both new client additions and the early fruits of its multiproduct platform.
JB Rudelle, Criteo's CEO, notes the company is entering 2019 with good velocity and highlights its Q4 and FY18 earnings results are pointing to the right direction, with modest but positive growth.
AdExchanger features Criteo's Q4 2018 earnings results, emphasizing the company exceeded expectations and emerged healthy after facing scrutiny last year over GDPR and mobile browser policies.
Criteo findings from 2018 Valentine's Day are showcased by MarTech Series to depict 2018 Valentine’s Day shopping in Europe and the US.
Despite being digitally driven, Gen Z consumers value bricks-and-mortar shopping and tactile retail experiences. Criteo's Gen Z research finds that while three-quarters of Gen Zers prefer to shop online, 80 percent enjoy visiting physical stores when possible.