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About MediaMath Stock
MediaMath operates a demand-side platform that lets advertisers buy ads online through an automated system. It also offers a data management system that aims to improve one-to-one customer conversations.
The company offers the following products: Source, Omnichannel DSP, Supply, MediaMath Audiences, Identity, Intelligence, Professional Service, and Multicultural Marketing.
MediaMath is headquartered in New York City with additional offices in Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Raleigh, Mexico, EMEA, and APAC. Erich Wasserman, Greg Williams, and Joe Zawadzki founded MediaMath in August 2007. Notable investors in MediaMath include Searchlight Capital Partners, Catalyst Investors, and Spring Lake Equity Partners.
Global Founders Capital
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Searchlight Capital Partners
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Spring Lake Equity Partners
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