For those who may be interested in a career in Social Media advertising, Video ad tech company UNRULY is giving a talk on it’s Advertising Operations Internship at the North Spine on 1st September.
Unruly (Talk on Internship)
Date : 1 September 2015, Tuesday
Time : 12.30 pm
Venue : LT 18, North Spine
Dress Code : Smart Casual
Target Audience :
Programmes : All Disciplines
Degree Type : Bachelor, Master
Graduate Year : 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Video ad tech company Unruly is the leading programmatic platform for social video advertising , powered by UnrulyX , the first supply side platform (SSP) for mobile video to offer scaled delivery of native ad formats and guarantee the viewability of premium video impressions bought via RTB.
With 3 out of every 4 video views now taking place outside of YouTube, 84% of Ad Age 100 brands trust Unruly’s proprietary video stack to reach and engage custom audiences at speed and scale across the Open Web.
The product set is powered by the Unruly Viral Video Chart, a unique data set covering 1.3 trillion video views and analyzing 116 million shares per day, Unruly algorithmically predicts content shareability and programmatically targets custom audiences across video, mobile and native ad formats, with guaranteed viewability and brand safety across mobile, tablet and desktop devices to an audience of 1.36 billion monthly unique users (comScore , Jan 2015).
Founded in 2006, Unruly employs 190 people across 13 offices in 10 countries, with regional HQs in London, New York and Singapore . As well as a number of accolades recognizing its technical innovation and product quality (Digiday, Sunday Times, Braves) , the company has won ‘Best Companies to Work For’ (Sunday Times) , ‘Best Digital Ad Ops Team’ (AOP) and has been named as the UK’s #2 Fastest Growing Tech Company (Deloitte). It super power is unique date. Its secret weapon is passionate people on a mission to #DeliverWow
Please take note of the dress code stated for the event. It is important that students present themselves, dressed appropriately, to employers recruiting in campus. Students not appropriately dressed should refrain from attending the talk or risk being turned away.