What the move to 4 World Trade Center means for MediaMath

September 14, 2015 — by Joe Zawadzki    

In a few weeks, MediaMath will be moving into new headquarters at 4 World Trade Center, where we will join the steady stream of media and marketing companies that have been shifting the digital media industry’s center of gravity to Lower Manhattan.

The two and a half floors that we’ll occupy in this brand new building will bring a lot of important features to MediaMath’s Global Headquarters— state of the art office systems, proximity to top publishers and advertisers, enough conference rooms to actually accommodate our team, dedicated classroom space, and some fun features like yoga rooms, communal areas and breathtaking views. But what’s most important for MediaMath is how this milestone commemorates our growth over the past eight years.

This move is a milestone for our company and a physical manifestation of the hard work that our team has put into getting here. But far more importantly it should serve a symbol of all of the things we now get to do. We have an opportunity to bring over half of our global team together under one roof, instead of spread across three locations within the same city. We will have room to grow, thoughtfully. We will have space to host our partners and clients and emerging innovations, and make our offices the hub to the broader tech and media ecosystem in the same way our software is.

Thanks to all those that have been with us through the journey. From our new vantage point, expect us to continue keeping our eyes trained on the next innovations just over the digital marketing horizon. We look forward to seeing you there!

Joe Zawadzki

After a decade representing buyers at top-tier agencies and Fortune 500 companies, Joe Zawadzki saw the need to reshape the online marketing landscape by integrating technology, data, analytics, and marketing best practices into a single media platform. He founded MediaMath in 2007, launching a technological revolution with the first demand side platform (DSP) and today, the MediaMath Marketing Operating System, TerminalOne, powers the marketing practice of more than 3,500 brands. Joe holds several patents in the area of online methods for dynamic segmentation and content presentation. He is a graduate of Harvard University and was a Teaching Fellow in cosmology, set theory and the history of science. He lives in New York City with his wife, Daria, and their children Dune and Jack, born on the summer and winter solstices respectively.