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The why, what and how to building a better future for programmatic

With Isba's study revealing that 15% of digital ad spend is unaccounted for, a statistic from the PwC-produced report that prompted headlines, Damon Reeve, chief executive of The Ozone Project, offers his first-hand insight into what this means for the programmatic sector. The results from Isba’s Programmatic Supply Chain Transparency Study, carried out by PwC and in association with the AOP, have practically self-penned the industry’s headlines for the past few days. “Missing billions”, “big holes”, “the unknown delta”, “mind-boggling” - perhaps not the usual words used to describe a positive first step, yet that’s exactly what this report represents. If, as an industry, we want to create a more sustainable, future-proofed environment for digital advertising we must first acknowledge that things aren’t working as they are. These results certainly speak to what many people already know, and reinforces the need for change. As we look to create a blueprint for that change, it is a great step forward that it has been driven by advertisers and publishers - as the principal architects - alongside their respective trade bodies.

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