Httpool adds another global major to their extensive kitty of partners, with WeTransfer. The international cross-channel advertising network that has partnered to monetize WeTransfer Ad inventories in 15+ markets in Europe, will now also be representing them in India.
Founded in 2009, WeTransfer is the pioneer of effortless file transfer. With seamless and deeply integrated access, they have over 40 million active users every month! WeTransfer provides brands with an extensive ad inventory to reach their target audience effectively through full-screen background or wallpaper spots.
Httpool, an international cross-channel ad network, is an optimal partner for media agencies seeking integrated digital advertising solutions. Httpool employs the most advanced proprietary and licensed technologies to offer the broadest range of ad network products and ad tech solutions across display, video, engagement, social and performance channels, on all devices. It represents Twitter, LinkedIn, BBC, AOL, Spotify, and other selected global and local publishers across 30+ Central and Eastern European and Asian markets. Httpool India was founded in 2010 and has offices in Mumbai and Delhi that work with all major agencies and brands.
John De Lang at WeTransfer explains: “Httpool brings with them extensive experience and leadership in the digital space. We have been working with them for a while now, and they have been representing us in multiple markets across Europe and Asia; we are pleased to have them represent our platform within the Indian market too.”
Amit Gupta, Managing Partner at Httpool India adds, “It has been a delightful experience working with WeTransfer and we are very fervent about this association going a step further. WeTransfer experiences a lot of traction from varied target groups belonging to diverse fields, making it a great platform for advertisers. We look forward to this exciting and challenging journey in an exhaustive market like India.”
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