Out-of-home advertising has seen huge growth in 2015, prompting a rise in spend in the channel, and its evolution is set to continue as the industry rolls out automated buying next year.
Following the roll-out of programmatic buying in the out-of-home (OOH) space earlier this year, what are the opportunities for brands and who are the early adopters?
Transport for London (TfL) hopes its new £1.1bn advertising deal with Exterion can prove a catalyst to transform the ‘outdated’ outdoor advertising market and offer brands new opportunities to engage with its audience.
The tech giant’s UK CMO Paul Bolt believes future success will be gained by staying “humble” and remaining optimistic about the challenges of a post-pandemic world.
PepsiCo may have cut its marketing spend during the coronavirus crisis, but it believes that has led it to “become better” at marketing as it focuses more on activities that generate higher ROI.
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