Station Tower and Digital Screens – Analogue or Digital
Up to 330,000 pairs of eyes see your advertising, every day! Possible with an out-of-home campaign at Berlin's highly frequented main railway station.
Many different target groups are reached at this major hub: commuters, business or private travelers, but also public transport users, tourists, waiting passengers and Berliners alike.
If you place outdoor advertising at Berlin Central Station, you will be seen! Around 330,000 travelers and visitors pass through this station every day! This makes the station one of the busiest in Germany, and the contact numbers to be achieved are correspondingly high.
Amsterdam Schiphol airport handles more than 71 million passengers per year, of which more than 35.6 million are departing passengers. This means that if you advertise with outdoor advertising in the departure area, you benefit from extremely high contact numbers and an equally large reach.
Did you know that Barcelona Airport, also known as "El Prat de Llobregat Aeropuerto", is the second largest airport in Spain? More than 36 million passengers are handled there every year and fly from there to national and international destinations.
At the moment, however, it is not only the temperatures that are rising - no - but above all the tourism figures! Tourists and city dwellers alike are bringing life back to the streets of the metropolises. Take advantage of the positive trend and make a big impact again: Advertising on hop on hop off buses.
If you want to draw attention to yourself and your brand in the capital of Europe, you might think of high and almost prohibitive advertising costs.
Lage-format billboards offer an outdoor advertising platform that can be seen from afar. It is approx. 3.56 meters wide and 2.52 meters high. The main task of billboard advertising is to be present in the closer catchment area of a provider, where it is usually in the constant field of vision of potential customers for weeks. This is how our client "Air Vistara" chose a few locations in Frankfurt am Main.