May 22, 2017

Programmatic conflict in China: Sociomantic points out kickback problem

Ivan Zhou from Sociomantic advocates for a 'right to audit' clause in programmatic contracts.

Apr 5, 2017

Programmatic conflict in China: Fugetech weighs in

FugeTech's founder and CEO, Wei Guo, says by now, the China market has accepted that conflicts of interest exist in programmatic. The remaining problems are reach and opacity.

Mar 30, 2017

Programmatic conflict in China: Hdtmedia's viewpoint on being a DSPAN

Clarence Zheng, CEO and founder of Hdtmedia, feels his company plays more of a 'stock broker' role than that of a real-estate agent that also owns property.

Dec 5, 2016

Programmatic conflict in China: iPinYou's point of view on PDB and RTB

The CEO and co-founder of iPinYou, Grace Huang, lists three rebuttals why being involved in both PDB and RTB is not a "conflict".

Aug 25, 2016

TubeMogul fully licensed in China, promises to not take positions on sell side

TubeMogul is now fully licensed (after obtaining its ICP - Internet Content Provider permit) to operate in China, having grown its salesforce in Shanghai to six people and its R&D office in Chengdu to 50 engineers.

Aug 24, 2016

Conflicts of interest plague China's programmatic market

While every market has its own set of challenges related to programmatic trading, the biggest issue in China is the protracted conflict of interest between local ad tech companies.