Outbrain Partners with Tyroo for Delivering Value & Elevating Growth in India

Outbrain, Tyroo | September 24, 2021

Mumbai/New Delhi, September 24 2021 - Outbrain, a leading recommendation platform for the open web, has partnered with Tyroo, a market leader in ad monetization, to help provide Outbrain with premium advertiser inventory, expand market reach, and open new advertising categories. With the goal of delivering greater customer value and achieving valuable marketing outcomes with genuine results, the partnership will help Outbrain to continue to expand within the region.

“We are excited to announce Tyroo as our preferred reseller partner, which will allow us to deliver greater value and drive more business impact for our clients,” said Allen Sharma, Director of Sales for India at Outbrain. “Tyroo’s understanding of Outbrain’s products, its profound technical expertise and its collaborative approach is uniquely complementary to how we work.”

Building on the momentum of recent media owner wins for the region, including Network 18, Hindustan Times and Bollywood Hungama, this distribution helps advertisers build audiences and reach new customers using advanced targeting options via the Outbrain network.

“High-quality content is paramount to consumers. In the last 24 months, the flow of genuine, authentic content has been immense and that makes the discoverability of meaningful recommendations for users incredibly more important,” said Akshay Mathur, Chief Revenue Officer, Tyroo. “We are very excited to work with Outbrain as their partner in the region, bringing new ad offerings around native advertising to brands. Through Outbrain brands can scale their reach not only within the Tier I cities but also into Tier II cites using vernacular communication channels, delivering their intended messaging effectively”.

“We are excited to announce Tyroo as our preferred reseller partner, which will allow us to deliver greater value and drive more business impact for our clients,”

Allen Sharma, Director of Sales for India at Outbrain.

Outbrain offers a quality and safe platform for brands to advertise on the open web. Content-led communication, campaign dashboard and advanced targeting capabilities set the platform apart from other native platforms. The platform also offers brands access to leading publishers and multiple advertising formats, which can be selected based on the brand industry and campaign purpose. Outbrain started its India operations in 2014 and this partnership is another Proofpoint of the recognition by the company of the potential within the market for its business operations.

About Outbrain
Outbrain (Nasdaq: OB) is a leading recommendation platform for the open web. Our technology enables 10 billion daily recommendations to consumers across more than 7,000 online properties and connects advertisers to these audiences to grow their business. Founded in 2006, Outbrain is headquartered in New York with offices in 18 cities worldwide.

About Tyroo
We are Tyroo, a leading Marketing Technology Company working with enterprises to help them deliver business outcomes at scale. We are the preferred growth partners for Internet companies looking to grow across emerging Markets in APAC. Tyroo has offices across APAC including India, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

For more information, contact: Vishal Saini, National Sales Manager, Outbrain sales at or write to us at for any other query.


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