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PRESS RELEASE June 29, 2017
PubMatic today announced that its Asia-Pacific operations continued the strong momentum seen in 2016 by achieving profitability on an adjusted EBITDA basis in 2016 and the first quarter of 2017. The company added that it recorded more than 100 percent year-over-year net revenue growth in the first quarter of 2017.

PRESS RELEASE June 19, 2017
PubMatic today announced an agreement with Amazon Publisher Services to expand publisher access to programmatic demand through PubMatic’s revenue management platform, SEVEN. This agreement represents the next step in PubMatic’s efforts to ensure that publishers are able to maintain control over their ad decisioning.

PRESS RELEASE May 24, 2017
PubMatic today announced further expansion of its OpenWrap product, now the industry’s first free and fully-supported hybrid wrapper solution. Extending the most widely used open-source container script, Prebid.js, OpenWrap optimizes a publisher’s integration mix of client- and server-side demand to future-proof their ad decisioning strategies.

PRESS RELEASE May 17, 2017
PubMatic today announced the findings of its Q1 2017 Quarterly Mobile Index (QMI) report, which found that increased global adoption of header bidding and private marketplaces (PMPs) drove significant monetization opportunities for mobile publishers. The report also provides insights for publishers and media buyers around mobile video and app inventory.

PRESS RELEASE March 14, 2017
PubMatic today announced the appointment of Michael Zeisler to the role of regional director for Central Europe, a significant growth area for PubMatic. In his new role, Zeisler will help PubMatic open its second German office and new German headquarters in Hamburg, first announced late last year, and assist the company in developing new premium publisher relationships with a particular focus on the company’s revenue management platform, SEVEN.

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