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Merahoardings launches first outdoor advertising ad-space booking app

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Merahoardings launches first outdoor advertising ad-space booking app

Merahoardings’s online outdoor advertising ad-space booking app has led to new trends on OOH advertising in India and helps market players to identify the ongoing trends in the key segments of the industry and anticipate growth in future depending upon changing industry dynamics in coming years.

Online ad-space booking will aid industry consultants and analysts, out-of-home advertising companies, the major brand owners and the entire outdoor media industry value chain stakeholders to align their market centric strategies according to ongoing and expected trends in future.

India’s first outdoor advertising ad-space booking mobile Android and iOS mobile was launched with the Prokabaddi Team on July 2.

“From the moment I gave the players at Merahoardings my brief, I found them to be friendly, resourceful, quick in response, helpful and cost effective and would have no hesitation recommending and using them again. Good job!” said Telugutians Manager Vipul commending Merahoardings.

We want to break the nature of current outdoor media environment for clients on all sides of the business, provides out-of-home media companies with a combined destination for booking and selling outdoor advertising media in India, said Dr. Saikrishna Gajavelly, CEO & Founder at Merahoardings.


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