As major technology players phase out third-party cookie tracking, digital marketers are facing a new reality. Without an independent view, market confidence in digital advertising could see significant erosion. We are embarking on three key initiatives to ensure Nielsen measurement continues to bring transparency to digital advertising.
Nielsen recently made a splash at NYC Television Week, the premier conference highlighting progress, challenges and innovations in the U.S. TV industry. Throughout the week, our leaders shared how players across the industry can personalize advertising and programming to earn audiences’ trust and attention.
At the Advertising Research Foundation’s (ARF) Shopper x Science 2019 event at Google’s headquarters in Chicago earlier this month, Scott McKenzie, Global Intelligence Leader, Nielsen, took the stage to share the importance of trust and transparency in a brand’s marketing initiatives.
With data at the center, alongside trust, transparency, and diversity and inclusion as other bedrock areas of importance for Nielsen, this latest update underscores the inherently interconnected nature of the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) areas that matter most to our business and our stakeholders over the long term; our new visual representation highlights how these strategic areas naturally overlap.