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Armour Digital OOH is ‘Powered By’ sponsor of Outdoor Advertising Convention 2023 to be held in Delhi on July 28-29
In OOH News By M4G Bureau - June 06, 2023
The OOH major’s brand partnership with OAC stems from a deep conviction in leveraging knowledge for business.
Non-metro OOH markets have the potential to attract higher ad spends
In OOH News By M4G Bureau - January 25, 2023
However, in the absence of a common currency for audience metrics, and lack of customised media packages, especially for DOOH, ‘The Southern Advantage’ may not be fully leveraged.
South India Talks OOH Conference today at Courtyard by Marriott, Hebbal, Bengaluru
In OOH News By M4G Bureau - January 20, 2023
The conference will direct laser focus on the emerging growth opportunities in the Southern India OOH spectrum
Srishti Group, Armour Digital OOH enter strategic partnership
In OOH News By Rajiv Raghunath - June 15, 2022
The collaboration is designed to drive DOOH expansion in the southern markets
Armour Digital OOH is ‘Powered By’ Sponsor of Outdoor Advertising Convention (OAC) 2022
In OOH News By M4G Bureau - April 06, 2022
OAC is a prism through which our industry sees the contours of OOH growth opportunities in the making, says Anil Hirani
Rail infra expansion, modernisation of train services will boost railway OOH
In OOH News By Rajiv Raghunath - February 02, 2022
Greater focus on tourism, long-term visionary plans needed
Armour Digital OOH takes up Associate Sponsorship of India Talks Conference at Sahara Star Mumbai on Jan 18, 2022
In OOH News By M4G Bureau - December 07, 2021
Anil Hirani, Managing Director of Armour Digital OOH, feels the conference comes at the right time for the OOH industry and its stake holders to leverage new opportunities and accelerate the growth momentum.
Times Now to go live on DOOH with election results
In OOH News By Ria Banerjee - May 22, 2019
The news channel partners with Bengaluru-based Armour Digital OOH to telecast live the poll results on 5 digital screens across 4 railway stations in Mumbai