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AdOnMo partners with Adways to manage digital billboards in Hyderabad

05, August, 2020

Bureau, New Delhi

The digital screens are located at high traffic zones in the most sought-after Gantry locations in all of Hyderabad.

Introduction

AdOnMo, a leading contextually targeted outdoor media company announces their exclusive partnership with AdWays which boasts two of India's largest outdoor digital screenshots and 7 other billboards at prime locations on foot over bridges, which are constructed and maintained under PPP model in Hyderabad.

The digital screens are located at high traffic zones in the most sought-after Gantry locations in all of Hyderabad. Their 46x15ft size and 4K resolution provide tremendous visibility and an unprecedented outreach. The ad-tech company AdOnMo already has 1000+ strong taxi topper fleet.

Key Quotes

"A good advertising medium has to resonate with the target audience, and make a long-lasting impact. Through our digital taxi toppers, we have seen success in our vision to democratise outdoor advertising for small and medium businesses that aspire for outdoor ads. With this new addition of 'larger than life' digital billboards, we now cater to the aspirations of the biggest of brands. It's a great addition to our platform." says Sravanth, CoFounder, AdOnMo.

"If you're a brand finding it difficult to make your voice heard, we'll make sure you're loud enough to be heard. We're incredibly thrilled at this new addition of India's biggest outdoor digital displays. We're very excited about what's to come." adds Sandeep, CoFounder, AdOnMo in a statement about this recent development.

Adways is equally optimistic about this new partnership. "Partnering with a young, ambitious team is very exciting for us. AdOnMo has proven itself to be the right fit. They have an excellent track record and are hungry for more. We couldn't have chosen a better partner for this." says Koundinya Gandra of Adways.

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