About Tremor Video
Tremor Video, now rebranded as Nexxen, is a company that operates in the advertising technology sector. The company provides an end-to-end, video-first advertising technology platform that supports planning, activation, and optimization for omnichannel campaigns. It primarily serves the advertising industry with its unique demand-side technology, data, and dynamic creative solutions. It was founded in 2005 and is based in New York, New York.
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Aug 17, 2023
New York, New York, UNITED STATES Adjusted EBITDA significantly rebounded by 137%, and Adjusted EBITDA Margin doubled, in Q2 2023 compared to Q1 2023; Company expects further improvement to Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA Margin in H2 2023 vs. H1 2023 Generated significant programmatic revenue and CTV revenue in Q2 and H1 2023, driven by strategic investments and product development in Company’s core growth drivers Rebranded products and platforms as Nexxen, successfully simplifying the value proposition of the Company’s horizontal technology ecosystem, while driving greater customer adoption of multiple solutions and better positioning the Company to accelerate future revenue growth Completed the integration of Amobee following consolidation of Tremor Video and Amobee DSPs into the significantly enhanced Nexxen DSP, further strengthening the Company’s comprehensive unified data-driven CTV and video-focused suite of technology solutions NEW YORK, Aug. 17, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tremor International Ltd. (AIM/NASDAQ: TRMR) (“Tremor” or the “Company”), a global leader in data-driven video and Connected TV (“CTV”) advertising technology, offering a unified platform that enables advertisers to optimize campaigns and media companies to maximize inventory yield, announced today its financial and operating results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2023. The Company’s financial results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2023, reflect the combined performance of Tremor International and Amobee, while comparative figures for the three and six months ended June 30, 2022, do not include results from Amobee. Financial Summary Contribution ex-TAC: Generated Q2 2023 Contribution ex-TAC of $80.2 million, compared to $70.8 million in Q2 2022, reflecting a year-over-year increase of 13%, and H1 2023 Contribution ex-TAC of $147.1 million, reflecting an increase of 4% compared to $141.8 million in H1 2022. The Company also experienced 20% growth in Contribution ex-TAC in Q2 2023, compared to $66.9 million generated during Q1 2023. The Company benefitted from the strong performance of its core strategic growth drivers, including programmatic revenue and CTV revenue. These increases were partially offset by an anticipated decrease in the Company’s non-core performance activity, as well as a continued weakened advertising demand environment driven by challenging and uncertain macroeconomic conditions. Programmatic Revenue: Achieved Q2 2023 programmatic revenue of $76.3 million, reflecting an increase of 26% from $60.7 million in Q2 2022, as well as H1 2023 programmatic revenue of $138.8 million, reflecting a 16% increase from $119.8 million in H1 2022. The Company also experienced 22% growth in programmatic revenue from $62.5 million generated during Q1 2023. These increases reflect the Company’s strategic focus on expanding its programmatic revenue footprint following the completed integration of Amobee. CTV Revenue: Expanded CTV market share, generating CTV revenue of $24.7 million and $45.9 million, respectively, for the three and six months ended June 30, 2023, reflecting year-over-year increases of 5% and 17%, respectively, compared to $23.6 million and $39.4 million during the same prior year periods. The Company also achieved 16% growth in CTV revenue in Q2 2023, compared to $21.3 million in Q1 2023. CTV and Programmatic Revenue Percentages: CTV revenue during the three and six months ended June 30, 2023 reflected 32% and 33% of programmatic revenue, respectively, compared to 39% and 33%, respectively, for the same prior year periods, attributable to a significant increase in programmatic revenue. Programmatic revenue increased to 91% and 89% of revenue, respectively, for the three and six months ended June 30, 2023, compared to 80% and 76% of revenue, respectively, for the same prior year periods. Adjusted EBITDA: Generated Q2 2023 Adjusted EBITDA of $21.0 million, reflecting a significant 137% improvement from $8.9 million in Q1 2023. Increased Adjusted EBITDA during Q2 2023, compared to Q1 2023, was primarily driven by cost benefits related to the completed integration of Amobee as well as increased Contribution ex-TAC in Q2 2023 compared to Q1 2023. Q2 2023 Adjusted EBITDA of $21.0 million compared to $39.1 million generated during Q2 2022. The Company generated Adjusted EBITDA of $29.9 million in H1 2023, which compared to $77.8 million in H1 2022. The Company continues to anticipate generating increased Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA Margins in H2 2023, compared to H1 2023, based on expectations for increased Contribution ex-TAC in H2 2023 vs. H1 2023 and H2 2022. Adjusted EBITDA Margins: Significantly improved Adjusted EBITDA Margin in Q2 2023 to 25% on a revenue basis, and 26% on a Contribution ex-TAC basis, compared to 12% on a revenue basis and 13% on a Contribution ex-TAC basis in Q1 2023. Q2 2023 Adjusted EBITDA Margins compared to 52% on a revenue basis and 55% on a Contribution ex-TAC basis in Q2 2022, prior to the Company’s acquisition and integration of Amobee which was generating losses when first acquired. The Company achieved an Adjusted EBITDA Margin of 19% on a revenue basis and 20% on a Contribution ex-TAC basis in H1 2023, compared to an Adjusted EBITDA Margin of 50% on a revenue basis and 55% on a Contribution ex-TAC basis in H1 2022. Video Revenue: Video revenue continued to represent a majority of the Company’s programmatic revenue at approximately 71% and 73%, respectively, for the three and six months ended June 30, 2023, compared to 93% for the same prior year periods. Video revenue is expected to increase as a percentage of programmatic revenue over time as the Company continues to attract new customers and benefit from video-related cross-selling opportunities following the integration of Amobee. Liquidity Resources: As of June 30, 2023, the Company had net cash of $94.2 million, consisting of cash and cash equivalents of $195.0 million, offset by $100.0 million in principal long-term debt and $0.8 million of capital leases (consisting entirely of the Company’s server leases), as well as $80 million undrawn on its revolving credit facility. The Company intends to leverage its considerable net cash reserves to fund its existing operations and to support future strategic investments and initiatives, including potential future share repurchase programs and acquisitions. “We were incredibly pleased to achieve our goal of efficiently completing the integration of Amobee, which featured a tech-rich platform and much larger employee base than Tremor at the acquisition’s close, and to have met our total annualized operating cost synergy target. We accomplished these goals while doubling our Adjusted EBITDA Margin quarter-over-quarter during Q2 2023, underscoring the efficiency of our horizontal operating model and proven track record of successfully integrating large-scale acquisitions. We believe we possess one of the most comprehensive and scaled CTV- and video-focused AdTech platforms in the open internet, boasting differentiated and exclusive data, planning, activation, targeting, and measurement solutions. Our unified technology suite is purpose-built for advertisers, agencies, CTV publishers and broadcasters to significantly optimize returns and effectively meet their goals and KPIs within CTV,” said Ofer Druker, Chief Executive Officer of Tremor International. Mr. Druker added, “The unification of our robust, data-driven, and highly synergistic platforms, alongside our strategic rebrand as Nexxen, better positions the Company with significantly added scale, and a simplified value proposition, to hold a leadership position in the future CTV advertising ecosystem. We believe that the addition of critical newly-gained capabilities, including holistic linear and CTV cross-planning, and the ability to leverage and organize significant amounts of data to enhance audience knowledge, to more effectively find and target audiences simultaneously across web, social media, and TV, bodes well for the Company’s future growth prospects.” “While we remain excited for the future and are confident our CTV-related investments will pay off over the long term, accelerated revenue growth has taken longer than initially anticipated. We believe macroeconomic uncertainty is impacting major advertisers’ and agencies’ budgets and willingness to spend during H2 2023, particularly in managed service campaigns, which we believe will also drive cautiousness in willingness to adopt new products and platforms over the period. We are also experiencing longer, and more complex, sales cycles related to our strategic focus on driving larger enterprise deals with major advertisers, agencies, and CTV players, while our enhanced focus on driving growth in our core programmatic and enterprise businesses has contributed to a changed revenue mix shift and lower overall take rates for the Company. We believe impacts from these combined factors will alleviate over time and that we will be better positioned than ever for success, and growth within CTV, when budgets expand and the spending environment improves,” concluded Mr. Druker. Operational Highlights Completed the technology integration of Amobee, creating one of the most comprehensive unified data-driven CTV and video-focused AdTech platforms in the open internet The Company achieved its target of completing the majority of the technology integration of Amobee by the end of Q2 2023. Achieved anticipated annualized operating cost synergies of $65 million by the end of Q2 2023, in line with the Company’s expectations. Successfully combined the Tremor Video and Amobee DSPs into the significantly enhanced Nexxen DSP,creating one of the most scaled, effective,and efficient enterprise DSP solutions for finding audiences, targeting and measurement, and planning and activating campaigns within the TV ecosystem. Rebranded the Company’s major products and platforms as Nexxen, successfully generating significant momentum and positive response from customers, partners, and prospective customers The rebranding has simplified and streamlined the value proposition of the Company’s unified data-driven horizontal platform for its sales team, customers, and prospective customers, generating strong initial support in the market, particularly as the Company’s sales team has achieved greater success seamlessly packaging multiple technology solutions for customers. The Company intends to change its listed parent Company name from Tremor International Ltd. to Nexxen International Ltd., subject to shareholder approval at the Company’s upcoming Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) later in 2023, the date of which will be announced in due course. Integration of Amobee drove the creation and greater adoption of several new highly innovative technology features and capabilities, as well as new partnerships Launched self-service cross-platform planner, a first-to-market technology, which the Company believes positions it very strongly for the future of TV advertising as linear broadcasters increasingly seek to expand into CTV to reach desired audiences and enhance returns on advertising spend. Major broadcasters and advertising agencies continue to adopt and express interest in the tool following extensive and ongoing testing. Incorporated Nexxen Discovery technology into the Company’s broader suite of solutions and capabilities. Nexxen Discovery assists advertisers in leveraging and organizing significant amounts of data to find audiences simultaneously across web, social media, and TV and effectively target them. The technology enables customers to more efficiently and effectively plan campaigns, and optimize returns on ad spending, when leveraging this powerful data to activate in campaigns through the Nexxen DSP. We believe the tool is a proven differentiator for the Company and can generate significant traction with customers. Created a first-to-market Green Media Product (“GMP”) for CTV via global partnership with Scope3. The partnership enables Scope3’s carbon emission measurement methodology to be applied to CTV inventory with buyers able to access GMP curated deals through the Nexxen SSP to achieve performance goals while mapping and measuring carbon emissions of their media spend within CTV. This has generated significant interest from, and adoption by, agencies, as sustainability has become an increasingly core focus for agencies and their customers. Achieved significant increase in new advertiser and supply partner adoption, as well as examples of customers adopting multiple additional technology solutions, while successfully retaining the overwhelming majority of major customers during both Q2 and H1 2023 Nexxen DSP (formerly Tremor Video and Amobee) added 65 new actively-spending first time advertiser customers during Q2 2023, including 30 new enterprise self-service advertiser customers, and 110 new actively-spending first time advertiser customers during H1 2023, across travel, CPG, and entertainment verticals, as well as others. Nexxen SSP (formerly Unruly) added 112 new supply partners, including 100 in the US, during Q2 2023 as well as 174 new supply partners during H1 2023, including 149 in the US, across several verticals and formats including CTV, broadcast TV, live sports, and gaming. Nexxen CTRL (the combined Nexxen SSP and Nexxen Ad Server), the Company’s self-service platform for publishers, saw PMP (“Private Marketplace”) revenue increase by 217% during Q2 2023 compared to Q2 2022 and by 229% during H1 2023 compared to H1 2022. Growth in PMP business is outpacing growth in all other business units within the Company, driven by a strategic shift of sales resources and efforts into this segment. Nexxen Studio (formerly Tr. ly) continued to expand its CTV creative solutions, launching the industry’s first voice-activated ad able to run across all CTV environments while also generating a 50% increase in adoption of the Company’s turnkey CTV creative solutions in Q2 2023 compared to Q2 2022, and a 10% increase in H1 2023 compared to H1 2022. Nexxen Studio also achieved a 308% increase in the volume of creatives running through Nexxen PMPs in Q2 2023 compared to Q2 2022, as well as a 149% increase in H1 2023 compared to H1 2022. In H1 2023, 86% of Nexxen’s CTV campaigns with creative upgrades featured Nexxen Studio’s QR codes. H/L, a multiservice and independent agency, following its successful collaboration with the Nexxen DSP, expanded its product adoption to leverage more of the Company’s horizontal platform, adding Nexxen Discovery, automatic content recognition (“ACR”) data through the Company’s global exclusive relationship with VIDAA, and the Company’s cross channel-technology. The Company continues to expect to generate added revenue related to its investment in VIDAA beginning later in 2023 and beyond, amidst recent significantly increased scale, distribution, and market share gains by VIDAA and Hisense VIDAA, the fastest-growing smart TV operating system among the top Smart TV manufacturers in the world, significantly expanded its distribution, and currently serves as the operating system for over 21 million Connected TVs in approximately 180 countries. The Company expects growing revenue opportunities related to VIDAA’s increasing scale through its investment in the operating system, which enabled global ACR data exclusivity as well as ad monetization exclusivity on VIDAA media in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia for several years. According to data from AVC Revo, Hisense (including Toshiba) held the fastest growth rate in the world for global TV shipments during H1 2023, shipping approximately 12.4 million TV sets worldwide, reflecting an increase of roughly 22% compared to H1 2022. Hisense’s global shipment share increased to approximately 14%, a record high for Hisense, as Hisense continued to rank second in the world for global TV shipments share. As Hisense continues to grow its share of global smart TV shipments, the Company is expected to increasingly benefit from its investment in VIDAA, a subsidiary of Hisense, which serves as Hisense’s main CTV operating system. Financial Guidance Management continues to expect increased Contribution ex-TAC, programmatic revenue, and CTV revenue in H2 2023 compared to H1 2023 and H2 2022, with the majority of H2 2023 growth anticipated during Q4 2023. Management continues to anticipate programmatic revenue will reflect approximately 90% of the Company’s full year 2023 revenue. Management expects increased Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA Margins in H2 2023 compared to H1 2023, however, does not expect Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA Margins in H2 2023 to be higher than results generated in H2 2022. Management believes that challenging macroeconomic conditions have driven reduced budgets and will reduce advertising spending across the industry during H2 2023, particularly in managed service campaigns, and that major advertisers will remain cautious and less willing to adopt new products and platforms over the period. Management also believes that longer and more complex sales cycles attributable to the Company’s strategy to drive larger multi-technology-solution enterprise deals, as well as a changing revenue mix shift amidst the Company’s enhanced focus on its core programmatic business, and enterprise business, and continued expected declines in its non-core performance business during H2 2023 vs. H2 2022, will result in weaker-than-previously anticipated full year 2023 financial results. As a result of these combined factors, Tremor International is lowering its full year 2023 expectations to: Full year 2023 Contribution ex-TAC in a range of approximately $320 - $330 million compared to previous expectations for approximately $400 million Full year 2023 Adjusted EBITDA in a range of approximately $85 - $90 million compared to previous expectations for a range of approximately $140 - $145 million Financial Highlights for the Three and Six Months Ended June 30, 2023 ($ in millions, except per share amounts)
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