Posted by Harriet on September 16th, 2011 with
We are constantly bombarded by advertising messages every day. On the television, the Internet, sides of buses, billboards, social networking sites, shop windows and even our mobile phones.
With such a saturation of adverts everywhere we look, marketers are finding it more and more difficult to make their messages memorable. And the general public are finding it easier to zone out altogether.
Posted by Sarah Clayton on November 12th, 2010 with
DMP has introduced a new range of digital signage marketing material, specific to the following market sectors:
The aim of these fantastic mini brochures is to give suppliers, current clients and prospective customers a brief introduction to Digital Media Projects and outline the benefits that digital signage can deliver to these market sectors.
To request a hard copy of any of the above brochures please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Sarah Clayton on November 10th, 2010 with
Due to the increasing number of staff and rapid company growth, DMP has opened their new Sales and Marketing headquarters in Harrogate. The impressive new headquarters, combined with a state of the art demonstration suite, now gives clients and visitors the opportunity to see a presentation of our unrivalled digital signage solution first-hand.
Andrew Simister, Head of UK Sales, said “Our unique sales and marketing HQ enables us to demonstrate our full range of products across IPTV platforms and Digital Signage. Our demonstration suite is equipped with 12 LCD display screens which means clients can see for themselves the power of our solution. Digital Signage is fast developing as a new advertising medium and an important new delivery mechanism of broadcast content. Estimated market size worldwide is around £4 Billion. DMP have been winning lots of new business in competitive situations where the deciding factor was the usability of our Content Management System – which allows screens across multiple locations to be changed instantly via internet connection. The flexibility this provides retailers for point of sale and promotional communication is leading class.”