TechTarget Set to Announce 2021 Financial Results on February 10, 2022

TechTarget | January 06, 2022

2021 Financial Results
On January 5, TechTarget announced that it would release its 2021 fourth quarter and full-year financial results on February 10. The results will be presented through a live conference call and webcast at 9 a.m Eastern time. The company will also provide updates on the business operations and current market conditions. The management will summarize the financial highlights and conduct a Q&A session. The shareholders will get the financial results and a letter before the conference call and webcast on the company’s website at

TechTarget, Inc. is a data and analytics leader and software provider specializing in purchase intent-driven marketing, sales data, content curation and creation to help businesses in B2B marketing. Their solutions enable businesses to identify, reach and influence key enterprise technology decision-makers with higher efficacy. They create high-quality editorial content across 150+ highly targeted technology-specific websites and 1,125 channels. It creates purchase intent insights that assist in efficient and effective marketing and sales activities for their clients across the globe.

TechTarget has offices in Boston, Paris, Munich, London, New York, San Francisco, Singapore, and Sydney.

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