Renaud Biet

Renaud Biet

TabMo at Co Founder
Paris, France

Positions

Co-founder
TabMo
France
September 2013 - Present (4 years)
TabMo goes one for all : Mobile programmatic platform for agencies and advertisers.

Since 2014, TabMo has built its own & operated mobile programmatic full stack platform..

Based in London, Paris and Montpellier South of France,

We define ourselves as new generation mobile programmatic technology for agencies and advertisers, enabling them to access premium publishers inventory through deals, and leverage mobile audience data from trusted and selected partners.

Full stack means we provide one single platform for all your needs, that can deliver your mobile display, video and native campaigns, on worldwide scale, to selected audiences

Contact us on TabMo.io
Responsable éditeur France
myThings
France
January 2012 - August 2013 (1 year 7 months)
MyThings est LA solution leader en retargeting personnalisé, sur le modèle CPA en Europe.

Nous sommes présents dans 7 pays (UK, DE, RU, IT, NL, SP et FR) et rayonnons sur une vingtaine de marchés.

La technologie MyThings est interfacée avec toutes les plates-formes d'enchères majeures : Google Display Network, Appnexus, Orange ad market, Rubicon, Admeld et Improve digital.

Ma mission est le recrutement des éditeurs et la gestion des investissements media pour la France, sur une base top 200 Mediametrie/NetRatings.
Publisher Manager
StickyAdsTv
France
May 2010 - January 2012 (1 year 8 months)
En charge de la relation éditeur au sein de la première régie vidéo instream française.

StickyAdstv touche 18M de vidéonautes uniques (source Comscore) et diffuse 90M de vidéos vues par mois.
Media manager
AOL Advertising
France
April 2006 - April 2010 (4 years)
Online Marketing trainee
Alapage.com
France
March 2005 - August 2005 (5 months)

Education

Master's degree E-businness

3ème cycle MCI - Léonard de Vinci
2005 - 2006 (1 year)

Bac +4 Marketing

ISTEC
2001 - 2005 (4 years)

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