Moneytag draws its expertise from the diversity of its team. Our experts are well known in the market since its establishment and are coming from different links in the advertising chain.
At Moneytag we speak : Arabic, Bulgarian, English, French, German, Hebrew, Polish, Russian, Spanisch, Ukrainiean and even ch’tis?
CEO & FOUNDER of Moneytag.
After 15 years of experience in the digital sectore at Sporever/Media365/Lagardère Active Thomas has created Moneytag within the group Lagardère in 2017 before buying all of its assets with Julian Galim, the co-founder of Moneytag. As entrepreneur, passionate about the Adtech world, his global vision of the ecosystem gives him a wide understanding of the challenges facing software Publishers which enables him to provide them with the best possible support.
MANAGING DIRECTOR & CO FOUNDER of Moneytag.
Passionate about sport and technology, Julien started at Média365-Sporever as a sales and marketing project manager. it was within this company that he first met Thomas. In 2006 he moved to ADUX where he started as Traffic Manager. He stayed there for 9 years, discovering the market and developping a 360° knowledge of the business. He left the company as Operations Director and co-director of the Yield Management division to join Moneytag.
“Take the risk or lose the chance”
“It’s not because things are difficult that we Don’t dare, it’s because we Don’t dare that they are difficult.”
Our client often do not have the time, the ressources or the right Tools to them selves in collaboration with the TRADING DESK.
We have therefore to offer a management service to allow the TRADING DESK to know these inventories and to be able to buy them easily.
We help Publishers grow their revenues by offering a wide range of services and Tools to meet the challenges of their ecosystem. We base our work on a willingness to identify and to offer our customers the best solutions on the market while guaranteeing respect for the user experience. We set up a tailor-made and high-quality support to meet editorial requirements.