Our trading desk.
Where Madison Ave meets Wall St.
We’ve honed our technical skills and digital advertising experience over many years at our Swedish HQ. And the beneficiaries of our trading expertise include clients you’ll be very familiar with. Possibly even more familiar with, now that we’ve been active on their behalf. These include companies such as Shell, Honda and Pizza Hut. As well as Obama for America.
A Full-service solution
After planning and developing strategies with you, we’ll implement the trading by setting parameters and optimising the whole process. We’ll then keep you informed throughout. As well as discussing the transactions with us, you’ll be able to log on and track what’s happening. Whenever you choose to do so.
More than a delivery service
Beyond getting your digital advertising campaigns seen, we’ll work with you to ensure that they accelerate through testing and gather data; getting results and expanding your customer base. It’s how we’ve built a reputation for service. And it’s the reason we enjoy long-term relationships with our clients.
In the 2012 election, we enabled President Obama to reach over 30 million people. With 6 times as many views as his unsuccessful opponent.
We helped Techland’s game Dying Light reach the no. 1 spot in both the US and UK sales charts. Within the first week of release, it had been played by 1.2m people.
The Nordic company came to us to boost its brand awareness and sales. We targeted an audience of 7 million across northern Europe and Scandinavia.
By using narrow geo-targeting technology, we were able to guide carefully selected audiences to their nearest Pizza Hut restaurants.
We helped to re-launch the Honda Jazz. It consequently became the Japanese car company’s best-selling model of all time in Europe.
Our unique technology integration enabled Officine Panerai to reach a valuable niche market. 52,000 people in Hong Kong & China looking to buy luxury watches.
Our use of clever targeting at different times of the day generated the submission of over 600 ideas and more than 5,000 votes for Shell’s Project M.