VIDEO INTERVIEW: Nick Sertis from Signifi Media

April 25, 2019
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The 25th Property Portal Watch Conference was held March, in Thailand’s capital city, where 180 attendees from 35 countries convened at the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, to address key issues facing their businesses.

Over the course of three days, some of the top names in online property classifieds and marketplaces witnessed speakers and sponsors from around the world.

Among the presenters was Nick Sertis, Managing Director and Co-Founder from Signifi Media, who also had a one-on-one interview with industry leader and founder of Property Portal Watch, Simon Baker.

Australian-based, Signifi Media, is an online marketing and digital solutions agency with extensive knowledge of programmatic advertising, eCommerce and web development.

Watch the full interview below.

Join us in Miami Beach, June 5-7 for the Global Online Marketplaces Summit.

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April 25, 2019

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