Netric provides the largest sell side solution for premium publishers across the four Nordic countries.
Netric is responsible for the expansion of the Rubicon Project technology in the Nordics. Netric supports the market with a superior service layer, including support, training, analysis and advice. We believe these are key elements in getting the most value out of every impression. Netric provide the service to premium publishers across the four Nordic countries and is headquartered in Stockholm.
Eniro is a leading search company for individuals and businesses with operations in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Poland.
Amedia AS is one of the three largest media groups in Norway - the owner of 50 local and regional newspapers, TV stations and radio channels.
The Aller Group is one of the leading magazine and newspaper publishers across the Nordic region.
Otavamedia is a leading consumer magazine publisher in Finland, with 26 titles in total, alongside one of the country's top digital networks.
Bonnier is a media group working in TV, daily newspapers, business and trade press, magazines, film, books, radio and digital media.
Trader.com is one of the leading ecommerce properties in Sweden, with approximately 1.2m unique visitors every week. It was acquired by ebay in 2006.
Reaching more than a billion devices globally, we offer the industry's most complete mobile video functionality, sit in the top three mobile exchanges worldwide, and enjoy full header bidding compatibility across all devices.
Now automating 10 types of video including vertical, our offering includes pre-, mid- and post-roll for desktop, in-line video to generate extra inventory and revenue, as well as opt-in/rewarded video ads across mobile.
A leader in private marketplaces/orders and automated guaranteed, retain control of your inventory and yields across devices, and formats including high impact and skins.
Smarter ad server allocation, and true competition for your inventory across all demand sources. Most importantly of all, header bidding promises more efficient automation and higher yields for publishers.