(PRWEB) November 16, 2016
Leading adtech firm, Woobi, with offices in London and Tel Aviv, is one of the four finalists for Best Video Distribution Platform at the Digiday Video Awards.
The Digiday Video Awards recognizes the most outstanding and inspired work in branded digital video, video marketing and video advertising. The awards gala will be held on January 17 at The Rubin Museum of Art in NYC, where the winners will be announced.
Woobi’s nomination as one of the four finalists encompasses the outstanding results achieved with Golley Slater on the Hammersmith University campaign. Woobi will join Unruly, Playbuzz and Berlin Station Interactive in the category for “Best Video Distribution Platform.” The complete list of finalists can be found on the Digiday website.
Woobi’s award winning programmatic video solutions are designed to remove the barrier of entry for brand advertisers who are looking for new and engaging ways to reach their target audience.
Woobi accommodates ads to each user’s own interaction patterns, and provides brands and advertisers access to 100’s of Millions of users. Woobi’s technology guarantees high-quality engagement, and enables publishers to benefit from superior monetization capabilities across 130 countries.
Chaya Soggot, Woobi’s CEO, said: “We are honored with our nomination for this hugely prestigious award, and being part of this reputable list of finalists. The Digiday awards ranks with Oscars in terms of branded digital video, and we couldn’t be prouder to have our unique video capabilities be recognized by Digiday as some of the leading in the industry.
"We, at Woobi, are committed to helping brands truly captivate their audience‘s attention by leveraging each user’s optimal mindset for engagement. Woobi’s unique technology studies user interaction patterns, and serves ads when users are in a receptive mindset. This creates a much deeper level of engagement on one side, and significantly improves campaign impact on the other side.
“We would like to thank the team at Woobi for all their hardwork and we look forward to attending the gala next year to hear the winners announced.“