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The Outdoor Media Association Welcomes Two New Members

staging.lbbonline.com, 2 years, 5 months ago

ADLED and Tonic Health Media come on board, taking the total membership of the industry body to 32

The Outdoor Media Association Welcomes Two New Members

“Our two new members showcase the diversity of our industry and the OMA’s ability to serve the interests of a variety of Outdoor companies; from our traditional printers, installers and media owners, to more technologically driven digital screen suppliers and entrepreneurial digital opportunity developers,” said Charmaine Moldrich, CEO of the OMA.
 
“It is an exciting time for Outdoor and the industry is embracing technology and innovation wholeheartedly. The OMA’s work across the core functions of policy and regulation, government relations, media relations, marketing, audience measurement and member services, has proven pivotal for industry growth,” Moldrich added.

The new members come from different sides of the digital spectrum: ADLED specialises in providing superior LED screens to the Out-of-Home (OOH) industry, as well as delivering fabricated structures with quality aesthetics.

Christopher White, director of ADLED said “We are excited to be part of the OMA membership and believe this relationship with the industry body is a building block to growing our business. Our aim is to support the businesses of our existing clients and be part of the industry’s discussions around digital and innovation.”

Tonic Health Media is an up and coming digital media display company with a network of screens in places where people wait for health services, eg. Hospitals, doctors’ offices and outpatient care facilities, broadcasting programming designed to improve health literacy. 

Jack Mortlock, commercial director for Tonic Health Media said, “For a fast growing company such as Tonic Health Media, joining the OMA allows us to have a voice in the digital innovation environment. The opportunities and issues that the OMA is tackling are our opportunities and issues, and we’re excited to be in such good company.”

“Our quarter one results shows revenue growing by 22.4 per cent year on year, this is on the back of revenue growth of 10pc in 2014, I believe it couldn’t be a better time join the industry. I look forward to collaborating with our new members,” said Moldrich.