DoubleClick has established operations in 17 countries and has a global sales force that sells advertising to 2,400 advertisers worldwide.
“The relationship with Bloomberg will help meet advertisers’ demand for high quality financial content in DoubleClick’s key markets,” said Barry Salzman, president of DoubleClick International.
“DoubleClick has an excellent track record of providing Web sites with technology, marketing and sales tools to be successful online,” said David Wachtel, publisher of Bloomberg Media. “This type of true value-added service will allow us to continue to grow our brand abroad.”
New York City-based DoubleClick’s international headquarters is in Dublin and it maintains offices in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Mateo, Seattle, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Helsinki, London, Madrid, Milan, Montreal, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Stockholm, Sydney, Tokyo and Toronto.
Bloomberg’s consumer finance Internet site, Bloomberg.com, claims 136 million page views for April 1999.
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