According to Digiday sources, MediaMath‘s rumored funding round will be to fund acquisitions in ad tech, possibly in the video space. Published reports suggest that the company is in the midst of a funding round that has been described as possibly as much as $100 million. MediaMath provides ad technology to agencies to facilitate ad buys on the major exchanges. CEO Joe Zawadzki would not comment specifically on the companies MediaMath is interested in acquiring or targeted fundraising goals. “We’ve engaged Lazard specifically to look into raising another round,” said Zawadzki. “We think this is the right moment to accelerate growth and develop our acquisition strategy.”
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