QMS Expands Melbourne Footprint With New Billboards

QMS Expands Melbourne Footprint With New Billboards

QMS Media has expanded its reach for advertisers in Melbourne with the launch of two landmark digital billboards in Victoria’s capital this week.

Situated in the hear of South Melbourne and delivering over one million contacts, ‘The Clarendon’ (pictured above) provides an opportunity for advertisers to target young professionals and the affluent surrounding suburbs of Albert Park, Middle Park and Port Melbourne.

The other billboard addition is ‘The Bentleigh’, which is located on Nepean Highway and impacts more than 1.3 million contacts travelling from the CBD to Melbourne’s bayside suburbs such as Brighton, Bentleigh and Hampton.

'The Bentleigh' (QMS Media)

Pictured: ‘The Bentleigh’

Strategically positioned between existing QMS landmark digitals ‘The Brighton’ and ‘The Nepean’, these three landmark digitals deliver advertisers close to six million contacts.

QMS chief executive Barclay Nettlefold said: “We are very proud to add these exceptional sites to our rapidly expanding digital portfolio, and I’m thrilled to see QMS leading the charge when it comes to digital development and technology.

“Our focus is to provide our advertisers with more relevant and immediate opportunities to enhance consumer engagement, and it’s exciting to see them increasingly harness the medium as a powerful creative platform.”




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