• April 16, 2012
  • North America

SpotXchange Recognized as one of the “Top Workplaces” in 2012 by the Denver PostCommitment to employees, transparency and fun office culture drives recognition

DENVER – April 16, 2012 –SpotXchange, Inc., the largest global marketplace of video ad inventory, today announced The Denver Post identified the company as one of the metro area’s top workplaces in their annual survey of best places to work. The survey results revealed that SpotXchange’s commitment to its employees, consistent open communication and office culture make the online video advertising one of the best places to work in the Denver area.

“The Denver/Boulder region of Colorado is a burgeoning area for technology innovation in the U.S. Being recognized by our employees as one of the best places to work validates the fun, hardworking environment our team created that encourages innovation and growth both on a corporate and personal level,” said Mike Shehan, CEO and Founder, SpotXchange. “This achievement helps us attract the best talent in the region from our universities as well as senior talent from other companies throughout the country.”

SpotXchange has emerged as a leading global innovator in the online video advertising space. On April 3, the company launched an innovative new consumer focused service called SkipIt, which for the first time ever lets consumers control their online video ad experience by providing them the option to skip online video ads when they want to. SpotXchange is also at the forefront of the real-time bidding (RTB) movement in online video advertising, which according to a Forrester report, will grow to $667 million in 2013.

About SpotXchange
SpotXchange operates the largest global marketplace of video ad inventory and is the leading provider and innovator of comprehensive online video advertising solutions. SpotXchange reaches more than 110 million unique visitors in over 30 countries, and is the leader in real-time bidding (RTB) for video with billions of ad calls each month through its exchange. Publishers monetize and maximize the value of their in-stream video inventory through the SpotXchange marketplace, which connects them to a large ecosystem of buyers (advertisers, agencies, agency trading desks, ad networks, and DSPs) competing in real-time for their inventory. Headquartered in the Boulder/Denver region of Colorado, SpotXchange has global reach and key market leadership positions in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Canada. For more information, visit http://www.spotxchange.com.

Nicole Matthews
Horn Group Inc.