We started in 1997 and today we are 140 specialists in digital communication – working across the globe, horizontal market and at all levels. Our core business lies within digital signage and Digital Out of Home.
After having eliminated some of the German market’s established DOOH giants, Visual Art won the tender and look forward to a fruitful partnership.
– We are of course very honored and excited over the fact that Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, with whom we already have a successful Swedish partnership, entrusts us with a major market as Germany. It goes to show that our history of revolutionizing and disrupting the OOH-market is internationally valid. Introducing our DOOH concept in Germany is an important step in our international expansion, says Andreas Lind, CEO, Visual Art Group.
The agreement spans between 2019–2023 and encompasses 15 popular shopping centers in Berlin, Munich, Düsseldorf and other German cities.
400 DOOH-surfaces are to be established and it effectively means Visual Art will be responsible for a substantial part of the German DOOH-market. Read more
” With equal parts of humility and confidence, we can state that so many property owners see our offer as the market’s most interesting, innovative and delivery-proof. With these partnerships, we further expand our reach and at the same time provide real estate owners with DOOH and top-class wayfinding solutions, “says Hoss Khosravi, CRO, Visual Art.
Estimated sales start for Krämaren and Vågen in Örebro is March 2019 and Igor in Västerås is expected to be included in the media offering starting May 2019. For the brand new center Kongahälla, sales starts as it opens in March 2019.
Kongahälla, Kungälv (Photo: Adapta Fastigheter/RStudio)
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