RocketFuel opens Brazil office

What: RocketFuel, a publicly quoted marketing optimization software solutions firm, has opened an office in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The Brazil office is led by Managing Director, Edvaldo Acir.
Why it matters: An increasing amount of Advertising Technology providers is targeting the Latin American space, particularly Brazil. Many ad-tech companies have recently expanded to the region,  they include YuMe, TubeMogul, Pubmatic and the Rubicon Project.

RocketfuelRedwood City, CA headquartered Market optimization company Rocket Fuel just opened an office in Brazil targeting the Brazilian market. The Sao Paulo office is managed by Edvaldo Acir.

Serving companies across three continents, RocketFuel is a marketing optimization software solution company that can increase a company’s revenue through innovative programs. RocketFuel specializes in automated services and artificial intelligence that track marketing trends and changes, and make adjustments to current campaigns on the fly. With RocketFuel, marketers can be sure that their ads are working effectively and are displaying a message that is current and can bring more revenue to their company.

Revenue from outside North America will continue to contribute significantly to revenue growth in the coming years as we continue to expand our global footprint.

Rocket Fuel, CEO, George John recently noted that he "expects that revenue from outside North America will continue to contribute significantly to revenue growth in the coming years as we continue to expand our global footprint."

 


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