Financial Times nominates SeenThis in Tech Champions 2022
The innovative streaming tech that avoids excessive CO2 emissions in digital advertising gets nominated in the media category
Today, Financial Times shortlisted SeenThis in the media category for the 2022 Tech Champions project. Nearly 300 companies were submitted by Financial Times readers across ten categories.
The entry describes how SeenThis’ innovative streaming solution allows brands to reduce their CO2 emissions by cutting down on the data required to reach target audiences by 40 percent – an effective way to lower energy consumption for carbon-conscious brands.
“We’re very proud our hard work at SeenThis is paying off, with this nomination as proof that we’re making an impact across the media and advertising industry. I do believe we’re doing something really unique and amazing here, tackling sustainability challenges of today and tomorrow”, said Jesper Benon, SeenThis CEO.
The judging panel includes Kate McGinn (Analyst, Seedcamp), Clare Hickie (Chief Technology Officer EMEA, Workday), Malcolm Moore (Editor, FT Edit), and Matthew Vincent (Editor, FT Project Publishing).
In 2022, SeenThis has been recognized in competitions and awards such as the LVMH Innovation Award, AdExchanger Awards, Ad Net Zero Awards, and The Wires.
For more information:
Sara Backsell, SeenThis PR & Communications Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Since 2017, Swedish tech company SeenThis has been evolving screen experiences for everyone, everywhere. With its groundbreaking adaptive streaming technology, SeenThis is transforming the distribution and climate impact of digital content compared to traditional technology. With billions of streams served for 1000+ brands in 40+ countries, the company is on a journey to reshape the internet – for good. Working across eight offices globally, SeenThis employees are obsessed with creating a truly high-speed and energy efficient Internet. For more information, visit seenthis.co .
Nov 18, 2022