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Rocket Fuel CFO Peter Bardwick to Speak at Top Industry Conferences

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/10/13 -- Rocket Fuel, the leading provider of artificial intelligence advertising solutions for digital marketers, today announced that company CFO Peter Bardwick will speak at two top industry conferences next week in New York City. Bardwick will join panels at the Raymond James 2013 Internet Outlook Symposium and the 15th Annual Needham Growth Conference.

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  • Rocket Fuel CFO Peter Bardwick will speak at the Raymond James 2013 Internet Outlook Symposium on January 14 in New York City. Bardwick will speak on a panel titled "Ad Technologies" at 2 p.m. ET. Bardwick will join panelists Aman Verjee, CFO of Collective Media; Jay Sears, SVP of Marketplace Development at the Rubicon Project; and Adam Lavelle, CEO of Core Audience, to discuss which technologies are changing the advertising ecosystem and how ad technology is adapting to a mobile world.

  • Bardwick will also speak on the Ad Tech Panel at the 15th Annual Needham Growth Conference at 10:20 a.m. ET on January 17 at the Palace Hotel in New York City. The Needham Growth Conference takes place January 15-17 and will give institutional investors, private equity firms, and venture capitalists access to 350 growth companies from a broad range of industries. The three-day event features public and private company presentations, Q&A sessions, and engaging panel discussions.

  • Bardwick and CEO George John from Rocket Fuel have been invited to speak at more than 50 advertising and technology financial conferences in the past year, including the Pacific Crest Global Leadership Technology Forum, Canaccord Genuity Annual Growth Conference, BMO Capital Markets Digital Media Conference, the AGC Partners East Coast Conference, the JMP Securities Research Conference, and the Oppenheimer Technology, Internet & Communications Conference.

About Rocket Fuel Inc.:
Rocket Fuel is the leading provider of artificial intelligence advertising solutions that transform digital media campaigns into self-optimizing engines that learn and adapt in real time, and deliver outstanding results from awareness to sales. Awarded #22 on the Forbes Most Promising Companies in America list, over 700 of the world's most successful marketers trust Rocket Fuel to power their advertising across display, video, mobile, and social media. Founded by online advertising veterans and rocket scientists from NASA, DoubleClick, IBM, and Salesforce.com, Rocket Fuel is based in Redwood Shores, California, and has offices in 15 cities worldwide including New York, London, Toronto, and Hamburg.

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