Bidstack, Paul Hill and Alan Green
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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Bidstack, Paul Hill and Alan Green
James Draper, CEO of Bidstack (BIDS) provides a COVID-19 business update and also discusses other operational progress.
Bidstack is an advertising technology company which provides dynamic, targeted and automated native in-game advertising for the global video games industry across multiple platforms. Its proprietary API technology is capable of inserting adverts into natural advertising space within video games across multiple video games platforms (mobile, PC and console). Bidstack's customers are games publishers and developers and advertising agencies, brands and programmatic advertising platforms. Bidstack contracts exclusive access to the native in-game advertising space within video games from their developers or publishers and sells that advertising space either direct to specific brands and their agencies or through programmatic advertising platforms.
Paul Hill, full time investor and equity analyst gives his view on the market and suggests some stocks to add to your watchlist.
(Interview starts at 20 minutes 21 seconds)
Alan Green CEO of Brand Communications talks about:
(Interview starts at 42 minutes 8 seconds)
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