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OOH Industry to grow at 9.2% CAGR: KPMG Report

By M4G Bureau - September 07, 2018

With consistent growth of 3-4% every year, the industry is pegged to reach at 49.7 billion by 2023

KPMG India’s latest report on media & entertainment called Media Ecosystems: The Walls Fall Down projects advertising revenues to grow at a CAGR of 13.1% over the next five years and reach Rs 2.6 lakh crore by 2023. The report attributes this growth to rapid growth and increase in digital user base and usage, growing domestic consumption, a strong rural demand and in particular upcoming cricket world cup and the general elections in 2019.

According to the report, the OOH industry report is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.2% in next five years. The current size of the industry i.e. 32 billion, as per the report will reach at 49.7 billion by 2023 with the consistent growth of 3-4% every year. As per the report, the OOH industry shows signs of a promising year ahead after a slow start in the 1st half of FY 2018. The bounce back was aided by advertisement spends made by Central & State governments, e-comm & technology players along with some significant contributions made by categories like automobile, FMCG, BSFI. The report also expects the upcoming state & general elections to sustain the momentum.

The report mentions some of the key themes for OOH industry, such as:

Controlled environments, particularly airports are driving growth- Advertisers are keen for controlled environments due to increased assurance on campaigns

Industry fragmentation is a major limitation factor- Local players run the show with state- or city-based offerings

DOOH though high on promise but has a long way to go- DOOH restricted to controlled environments

Measurement & transparency is the need of the hour- Advertisers raises concerns on OOH measurability & ROI on OOH campaigns

Technology to script the next things of the OOH gameplay- Technology required to plan, monitor & evaluate OOH spends.

Tags : KPMG Report OOH


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