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Adconion Media Group
Adconion Media Group (www.adconion.com) operates one of the largest multi-channel digital distribution platforms, with a potential reach of 687m unique users monthly across display, video, social and email. This reach corresponds to more than half the global online population. Dedicated to strong partnerships with agencies and marketers, Adconion provides customized solutions and innovative products designed in-house which are delivered across multiple screens on a single platform. As a digital media holding company, Adconion provides a portfolio of brand and performance solutions for advertisers worldwide. Adconion Media Group wholly owns Adconion Direct, providing performance solutions spanning display, email and social media; Joost, a digital media company devoted to video and content syndication; RedLever, a studio specializing in developing and producing brand-integrated and associated content; and smartclip, Europe’s leader in digital video advertising. Adconion has 24 offices in 20 countries around the world. It is a member of the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), is one of the first companies to be IAB certified with its unique Ad Networks & Exchanges Quality Assurance program in the US and is a founding member of IASH Europe.
The numerical value of adconion media group in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of adconion media group in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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