Criteo findings from 2018 Valentine's Day are showcased by MarTech Series to depict 2018 Valentine’s Day shopping in Europe and the US.
NEW YORK - February 13, 2019 - Criteo S.A. (NASDAQ: CRTO), the advertising platform for the open
Internet, today announced financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended December 31, 2018.
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.
Jaysen Gillespie, Vice President, Head of Analytics and Data Science, highlights which retail categories soared during, before and after Super Bowl in a Forbes interview about around how this year's game drove sales in several product categories.
Greg Archibald, Executive Vice President, Americas, shares tips for retailers to ensure retailers are primed to maximize their Valentine’s Day revenues, including making it mobile, planning ahead and marketing to the omnishopper.
Mollie Spilman, COO, is selected as a winner in the 2019 BIG Innovation Awards!, the annual business awards program that recognizes the organizations, products and people that bring new ideas to life.
Retail TouchPoints explores how retailers can capitalize on the Super Bowl, pointing to Criteo research that shows that the sales of game-day staples like chips, dips, soda and beer soared on the day of the big event.
While Millennials are still found on Facebook and Twitter, younger generations are not so interested in these platforms. Findings from Criteo's Gen Z Report shows that Gen Zers are opting to use more visual forms of social media like Instagram and Snapchat.
The Detroit Free Press highlights Criteo's Ann Arbor office as an example of the ample employment opportunities for engineers in the Midwest tech sector.
80 percent of Gen Z shoppers say they look forward to shopping in stores when they have time, but 75% shop online out of convenience, according to Criteo research.