Adweek highlights the latest digital marketing stats, which includes data from HookLogic about how the election caused a decline in ecommerce sales.
Street Fight Magazine highlights the appointment of Marc Grabowski as Criteo's new EVP of global supply and business development.
NEW YORK – November 17, 2016 – Criteo S.A. (NASDAQ: CRTO), the performance marketing technology company, today announced the appointment of Marc Grabowski as Executive Vice President, Global Supply and Business Development. In this role, Grabowski will grow Criteo’s current global network of more than 17,500 publishers.
The DMA and Winterberry Group released a new report sponsored by Criteo, which sheds light on omnichannel marketing insights.
The Drum's "People on the Move" features the appointment of Marc Grabowski as Criteo's new executive vice president of global supply and business development.
MediaPost highlights the findings of the DMA's new report From Theory to Practice: A Roadmap to 'Omnichannel' Activation. The report details the results of research conducted by Winterberry Group and sponsored by Criteo.
Criteo announced the appointment of Marc Grabowski to EVP of global supply and business development. While he brings a great deal of personal and professional experience to the position, Grabowski said he's grateful that the experts working at Criteo can leave their egos behind, making the working environment much more enjoyable, which is one reason he accepted the position with the company.
Email marketing has long been a stalwart in the marketer’s arsenal, and brands have found so many ways to adapt the medium to suit their needs. These days, the average consumer’s inbox is like a window into swirling maelstrom of offers, discount codes and new releases. But have marketers stretched the humble email too far? With consumers becoming more and more saturated by content, how can email fight the rising tide and stay relevant to the consumer?
MediaPost uses Criteo's H1 Mobile Commerce Report data to show that mobile apps generate higher conversion rates than other digital portals.
Business Insider cites Criteo's H1 Mobile Commerce Report data and explains that although mobile represented 46% of global ecommerce traffic in Q2 2016, conversion rates are still low.