Top Story


Home >> Digital >> Article

Tyroo plans to drive 100 million transactions with launch of product ads

Font Size   16
Tyroo plans to drive 100 million transactions with launch of product ads

Ad tech platform Tyroo has launched  product ads for app developers. Launched at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) Barcelona this week, the new Native Product Ads, will enable app developers to monetize apps through transactional advertisers (e-commerce and mobile first businesses).

With the new product, product ads will appear natively in an application with product recommendation for consumers targeted through millions of data points.  The ads, enriched with native design, will enable the consumer to experience shopping within their application, says Tyroo.

Tyroo aims to drive over 100 million transacting customers through publisher partners and innovative native product ad platform in the next 2 years after this launch. The product is currently available only for Android but Tyroo said it will soon be announcing the launch of IOS and Windows versions.

Speaking with exchange4media at the launch, Siddharth Puri, CEO of Tyroo said, “The current advertising solutions on the mobile do not think about the end consumer or performance advertisers. They are still into just advertiser communication. We have created app stacks and ad formats (with Native Product Ads) that completion of transactions within the publisher ad.”


When asked how much the e-commerce sector contributes to Tyroo’s revenue, Puri said it was a “very strong category” but would not give any numbers. He, however, said that the new Native Product Ads were specifically aimed at e-commerce and mobile contributes “majority” to Tyroo’s revenue. “The Indian e-commerce sector is expected to get around $6 billion in venture funding and this will mainly be in the area of mobile advertising. With Native Product Ads, we aim to capture a large part of this significant market,” he said.

E-retailers have been aggressively working in building their mobile capabilities, especially for m-commerce. In fact, within e-commerce, mobile commerce is expected to be one of the buzzwords in 2015. To build their mobile capability not only are e-commerce players looking to work with ad tech companies but are also looking at developing their internal competence. In an earlier interview with exchange4media, Sachin Bansal had hinted that money would be spent on building technology platforms, while acquisitions also remained an option. “We see ourselves as the mobile e-commerce company of the future,” he had said. Flipkart is not alone in this way of thinking. The likes of Snapdeal, Amazon, etc. have all made investments in increasing their mobile presence.

Mobile commerce is going to be our focus area: Sachin Bansal

“These are very exciting times for us and the opening up of monetization creates more revenue potential and options for us,” said Puri, when asked about the changing nature of e-commerce in India.

Tyroo, which is a part of the SVG Media Group, claims it delivers more than 2 billion ads every month, reaching over 100 million consumers across 15 markets. It is considered one of the top 5 ad networks in India and says its focus is on performance marketing.

Vinik Karnik, Business Head - ESP Properties, talked about what went into conceptualising the first edition of the entertainment marketing report, Showbiz

Rahul Jhamb, Brand Head, Forever 21, on how the fast fashion brand always stays on the pulse of latest marketing trends

Heavy spends on OOH and print sum up this year’s ad spends of YLG Salon

Baba Ramdev brought his sharp wits for an interview with e4m where he promised to disrupt more markets and spoke about he the way he created a brand through consistent and selfless work

Heavy spends on OOH and print sum up this year’s ad spends of YLG Salon

Thomas, Chief Marketing Officer, Diageo India, gives us a peek into the marketing strategy for McDowell’s No 1 Soda, its creation of ‘No 1 Yaari Jam,’ their own set of 4Ps and importance of content

Prior to joining Madison PR in 2012 Chaudhary was Group President Corporate Communications at Reliance Industries Limited.