Out of Home Media solutions giant based in India’s commercial capital expands reach and influence; says clients to benefit due to better bulk discounts and lower rates at some premium locations
NewZNew (Mumbai) : Global , India’s leading innovator in outdoor media solutions, has acquired over 100 new properties in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), and plans to acquire 150 more in the city over the next six months. The move is in line with the company’s focus on MMR, when it comes to creating outdoor properties, while handling campaigns pan-India.
The billboards are located either at sites in areas where Global had low presence or at sites that where Global has zero presence. New locations include Juhu-Vikhroli Link Road (JVLR), Mankhurd, Sion-Chembur Link Road (SCLR), Opera House and Mulund. Old sites with increased Global Advertiser presence include multiple locations in the Western Suburbs and some on the Central Line like Vikhroli.
“Creation, acquisition, and maintenance of outdoor properties are central to our ability to serve clients. The location and the costs involved in creating or acquiring a property affects the rate we offer to our clients. We are happy to let you know that the acquisitions will allow us to offer greater exposure in the city to our clients, offer lower rates that clients are used to paying for these locations and also give more discounts on bulk bookings,” explained Sanjeev Gupta, MD, Global Advertisers.
Global owns the most number of premium location hoardings in Mumbai, including Asia’s biggest hoarding in Bandra. We also own multiple big-format hoardings that offer the most number of corridor branding opportunities in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region.
Global has executed approximately 1.5 lakh successful campaigns, 1 lakh product launches, 80,000 in-film branding contracts and over 2 lakh event sponsorships in the last 18 years. Global’s creativity, innovation and ability to deliver out-of-the-box OOH media solutions have won them 350 awards, and over 500 letters of appreciation.
A recent British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) report surveying the world hoarding industry makes a special mention of Global Advertisers’ billboard site in Bandra.