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Talon Outdoor: how digital is boosting UK Out of Home spend

By Luke Willbourn Trade body Outsmart recently announced the final figures for 2019, showing annual OOH revenue in the UK, was up 7.6 per cent from 2018 at £1.3 billion. The last quarter of 2019 was also the most successful, ...

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Talon expands in Europe with Germany MD Winfried Karst and new Frankfurt office

Talon Outdoor is boosting its efforts to become the market-leading global independent Out of Home agency by opening in Frankfurt with newly-appointed MD Winfried Karst. Karst is tasked with driving business in Germany, mainland Europe, and international spend from across ...

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Maximus awarded exclusive Notting Hill Carnival Out of Home contract

The new partnership will see Maximus working with Notting Hill Carnival Ltd., to help clients to capitalise on the diverse and desirable Carnival audience across the August Bank Holiday weekend. Since its inception in 1964, the Notting Hill Carnival has ...

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Virgin Media demonstrates ‘unlimiting’ power of data-driven creative

Earlier this year Virgin Media took a truly data-driven approach to creative solutions, embodying the ‘unlimiting’ power of its services with a unique UK-wide campaign that physically broke out of more Out of Home frames than ever before. Virgin Media ...

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Talon Outdoor: the Out of Home year in pictures

2019 was a year of real transformation for Talon. Barry Cupples, CEO, comments: “We’ve held multiple events to launch products, networks and our smarter as standard initiatives in OOH. This has brought our clients together across the world. We’ve acquired ...

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Talon Outdoor: seven campaigns – one channel

Talon opened for business in 2013. The Out of Home (OOH) market in the UK was worth less than £1 billion and digital just a fifth of revenues. The industry is now worth £1.3 billion and digital revenues are over ...

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MSQ Partners CEO Peter Reid: are you really getting a client-centric offer?

The marketing industry is facing an identity crisis. We have old agencies trying to stay relevant. New agencies trying to prove that their approach is no flash-in-the-pan. Big, ugly networks trying to unpick the knots that they’ve got themselves tangled ...

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