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Quantcast Announces EMEA Operations Center in Dublin, Ireland, to Support Rapidly Growing Advertising Business

SAN FRANCISCO and DUBLIN, Feb. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Quantcast, a digital advertising company specialized in audience measurement and real-time advertising, today announced the opening of its EMEA Operations Center in Dublin, Ireland. The EMEA Operations Center in Dublin will bring the company closer to many of its customers and support the growth and expansion of its advertising business throughout Europe.

"A combination of our clients' desires to expand their advertising campaigns to more countries and the tremendous new business opportunity afforded in Europe and beyond guided this move," said Konrad Feldman, CEO and founder of Quantcast. "We chose Dublin for our new EMEA Operations Center due to the city's concentration of world-leading technology and digital media companies, outstanding local talent pool and easy accessibility to Europe's major markets."

Since launching in 2006, Quantcast has led the audience measurement and targeted advertising industry. The company's new EMEA Operations Center will provide support for account management, product operations, marketing and finance. Quantcast has experienced remarkable growth and is excited to expand within Europe and offer its Advertise product more broadly to its current client set and local European advertisers and media sellers.

"I am very excited that Quantcast is opening its EMEA Operations Center in Ireland," said Paddy Cosgrove, founder of Web Summit and F.ounders. "Quantcast is already one of the proven leaders in online advertising and measurement, with great technology, great people and a phenomenal client base. It's fantastic that they've chosen Dublin as a regional hub, and they are sure to do excellent things in the EMEA region."

The EMEA Operations Center will provide support throughout Europe, to clients like SendGrid who rely on Quantcast to expand their client base via online advertising. "In an age of real-time advertising, having the best partner to find and reach your audience is essential. Quantcast delivers advertising with outstanding results for our campaigns in Europe, just as they have always done for us in the United States," said Robert Phillips, vice president of marketing, SendGrid. "Quantcast's investment in a European operations center shows a clear commitment to serving their global customers, and we're excited to partner further with them, in Europe and beyond."

Quantcast is looking to hire more than 100 people in a number of different areas over the next two years. To see open positions, please visit https://www.quantcast.com/careers

About Quantcast
Quantcast is a digital advertising company specialized in audience measurement and real-time advertising. As the pioneer of direct audience measurement in 2006, Quantcast has today the most in-depth understanding of digital audiences across the web, allowing marketers and publishers to make the smartest choices as they buy and sell the most effective targeted advertising on the market. Quantcast directly measures more than 100 million web destinations, collects well in excess of 1 trillion new data records every month and continuously processes as much as 30 Petabytes of data every day for the world's leading advertisers and top 10 media agencies. Quantcast is headquartered in San Francisco and backed by Founders Fund, Polaris Venture Partners, Revolution Ventures and Cisco Systems. For more information, visit www.quantcast.com.

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