The Trade Desk (TTD) Gains After Winning World's Largest Advertiser, P&G
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Patil noted AdvertisingAge reported this morning that Procter & Gamble is moving its DSP business to TTD. P&G currently uses AudienceScience as its DSP and DMP.
TTD already works with Unilever, the #2 advertiser in the world, Patil notes.
The deal "highlighting market leadership and its ability to rapidly gain share in programmatic," he said.
Shares of The Trade Desk closed at $38.06 yesterday.
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