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How to recover excess inventory revenues while protecting the brand
In today’s fast moving marketplace consumers are more demanding, product life cycles are shortening, globalisation is increasing, and retailers are forced to realise revenue growth through solid remarketing strategies.
What do our clients want? It’s the question nearly all of us should be asking ourselves on a daily basis. With media budgets constantly shrinking, marketers continue to tirelessly chase an ROI on their media spend while countless leading brands battle for increased sales.
Never has a business complained of too much cash and too little costs.
More frequently businesses are attracted to corporate trade to help them with growing costs and pressures on inventory sales. Corporate trade allows companies to extract more value from excess, slow moving or even first line inventory.
Will you provide an overview of Active’s international operations and where you see the greatest growth opportunities?
Active’s headquarters are in New York and we currently have offices in 15 countries around the world. We’ve invested heavily in our international division and the scope of our international operations gives Active a footprint that none of our independent competition can match.
Active International expands its suite of best-in-class ad techproducts to deliver enhanced analytics and attribution capabilities. Datonics and Intent IQ gain scale and reach in delivering industry-leading technologies to the Fortune 500 through Active.