Digital signage is an information dissemination platform that projects multimedia content to one or more interconnected displays or screens. Centrally controlled by a content and hardware management system, typical uses include advertising, live news, public information, sales promotions and bespoke messaging.
Digital signage can be seen all around us from shopping malls, restaurants, airports, hotels to public spaces. Public-interest information such as menus, timetables, special offers, live news feeds and weather reports is communicated through moving imagery and eye-catching graphics. Constant revision of message and content ensures effective audience engagement, which is impossible with traditional static signage.
Whether you are in retail, hospitality or education, Digital Display Networks can provide a digital signage solution that will increase audience engagement, customer retention, and ultimately, sales and revenue.
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Based in London, Digital Display Networks is at the gateway to Europe and beyond. With unhindered access to the continent, we are perfectly poised to deliver digital signage and communication solutions right across Europe. Talk to us with no obligation, and see what we can do for your business today.
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In the Digital Age, the world is not as big as it used to be. Businesses around the world have a global reach, and communication with their customers should reflect this. The potential to grow and thrive on a global scale cannot be underestimated. Digital Display Networks specialises in emerging markets, and has an in-depth understanding of the unique challenges that businesses in these regions face.
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