Competition: TV ad-tech start-up of the year

31 Jul 2017 
Competition: TV ad-tech start-up of the year

Future TV Advertising Forum, organised by Mediatel Events, has launched a special competition for start-ups who are helping to evolve video and television advertising by making it more automated, data-driven, efficient and effective.

The winning companies, to be chosen by a panel of expert judges, will be given the opportunity to present their ideas and technologies during a dedicated workshop at the global event, which takes place on 6 December 2017 in central London.

The competition is a chance to address a senior audience of advanced advertising pioneers on both the sell- and buy-side of the industry, and major platform operators and inventory owners who are embarking on their next-generation advertising journeys.

The winners will also be showcased on Mediatel Newsline and Videonet, and will receive two season passes to Mediatel Events for 2018.

The application process is simple and there is no charge to enter. Mediatel is looking for start-ups that have been trading for no more than three years. Entry deadline is 13 October 2017.

For full details, including a list of judges and a link to the entry form, visit the Future TV Advertising Forum website.

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