PRESS RELEASE November 16, 2016
PubMatic today announced it is number 316 on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. Inclusion on the 2016 list marks the fifth consecutive year that PubMatic has ranked among the 500 fastest growing companies in these sectors.

PRESS RELEASE November 15, 2016
PubMatic today announced that its Q3 2016 Quarterly Mobile Index (QMI) report identified major trends in programmatic mobile advertising, with highlights around header bidding and private marketplaces (PMPs). The company found that global adoption of header bidding for mobile web increased significantly across its revenue management platform, SEVEN, over the past twelve months.

PRESS RELEASE October 31, 2016
PubMatic announced today that the "Publisher Monetization Research Group" (PMRG), of which PubMatic is a member, has established the "Japan Publisher Alliance on Digital" (J-PADTM), an alliance of Japanese and international publishers allowing brands to access a highly desirable audience through exclusive Private Marketplace (PMP) inventory via PubMatic's revenue management platform, SEVEN.

PRESS RELEASE September 21, 2016
PubMatic today announced the appointment of two new members to its management team. Michael Adair, previously Senior Vice President of Corporate Development and Partnerships at Rubicon Project, has joined the company as Vice President of Publisher Development, Americas. In addition, PubMatic is also building out its Advertiser Solutions team with the appointment of Kyle Dozeman as Vice President of Advertiser Solutions, Americas, responsible for leading the company's buy-side-focused sales, operations and strategy.

PRESS RELEASE September 7, 2016
PubMatic today announced plans to expand operations across Germany with the opening of a new head office in Hamburg. Germany is the second largest digital market in Europe and by 2019 programmatic transactions are expected to represent nearly 50% of all digital ad spend in Germany.

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