Economic fluctuations call for necessary innovation in China's OOH space

Unemployment rate is rising, the growth of total retail sales of consumer goods is slowing down, and liquidity is restricted. These adverse effects will continue. This has also led to ups and downs in media investment, especially outdoor media, such as cinema media, large-scale building media, etc. , Undoubtedly suffered heavy losses, but outdoor is actually a media field that has been brewing innovative forms for a long time. During the recovery of the overall economy, the marketing industry must first examine the changes in the surrounding environment before finding the next development opportunity in the outdoor field.

This article is part of a series on Spotlight China Focus: The Economic Repercussions of the "Long Epidemic" Era. Click to go to the topic page to read more about it.

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