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Issue 401 | Week 2 | January 2018
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Last Chance To Enter FESPA Awards 2018
We call upon printers from Africa to enter the FESPA Awards, which recognise printers and signmakers from around the globe who have produced quality projects with technical expertise relevant to the application. Entrants for all categories in the FESPA Awards 2018 will be required to submit their work by 26 January 2018. Judging will take place from 28 February-2 March by an independent panel of industry experts.
Mall Ads Partners With SA Corporate Real Estate Fund
Alternate or non-gross lettable area (non-GLA) spaces are fast becoming top revenue generators for property developers and mall managers. Mall Ads has recently been selected to partner with the SA Corporate Real Estate Fund to fulfil the role of non-GLA service provider. SA Corporate has contracted Broll to manage the property portfolio of the JSE-listed fund, which was the third-best performing property stock in 2016.
JCDecaux Launches Channel Bristol
JCDecaux UK has announced the launch of Channel Bristol. This entails the installation of new digital advertising locations across Bristol City Centre.
Primedia Outdoor Enables OOH Campaign
Primedia Outdoor recently announced its commitment to South African children in need of reconstructive surgery. The company's donation of R350,000 worth of outdoor advertising will allow the Smile Foundation to run an educational Rank TV OOH campaign to reach out to parents of children in need of reconstructive surgery.
JCDecaux’s Wall Subsidiary Signs Berlin Contract
JCDecaux recently announced that its Berlin-based German subsidiary Wall signed a new 15-year exclusive contract. This is for all back-lit and digital advertising street furniture excluding bus-shelters following a competitive tender.
HP Unveils New Printed Interiors Collection
HP Inc. recently unveiled a new collection of digitally printed interiors in designer curated rooms, each serving a specific purpose. The company also introduced HP Indigo Wallpaper, an HP Indigo 20000 Digital Press solution for wallpaper manufacturers to transition from analogue production to a digital colour printing process with gravure quality.