Executives from The Trade Desk, Roku, Lotame, and TripleLift were recognized in 2020.
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  • Business Insider is compiling its annual adtech list that honors the companies transforming how digital ads are bought and sold.
  • We're also looking to spotlight the key people instrumental to that change, particularly those who aren't at the CEO level.
  • Submit your nominations by November 19.

We're seeking nominations for Insider's annual list of the hottest adtech companies.

The list focuses on companies that drove the biggest moves in digital advertising this year, from the death of third-party cookies, the rise of identity, and the growth in ad-supported streaming TV.

As in previous years, we plan to publish a list of the hottest adtech companies that are driving change with publishers, agencies, and brands and solving problems in new ways. We will also highlight star employees at these companies who are helping move the industry forward.

Please submit your nominations here by November 19.

What we're looking for

The list will highlight public and private adtech companies. Submissions from agencies, publishers, and marketing tech will not be considered. (We published our annual list of the 2021 marketing tech executives to watch in August).

Companies must share 2021 revenue numbers, and those numbers will be reported. Check out our 2020 and 2019 lists to see how we have reported financials in the past.

Along with featuring companies, we're also seeking to recognize a diverse group of employees leading the charge, including people from a variety of backgrounds, expertise, and seniority. We are specifically interested in highlighting people who aren't at the CEO level.

We will contact winners by late November and publish the list in December.

Click here to submit your nominations here by November 19.

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