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Val Morgan buys oOh! office tower assets

Daniel Dunkley
Tue, 10 May 2022

Val Morgan buys oOh! office tower assets
The VMO Work network now reaches 2 million contacts a week, the company said. (Image: VMO Work)
Daniel Dunkley
Tue, 10 May 2022
Australian outdoor advertising firm Val Morgan Group has acquired the rights to oOh! Media’s office tower assets in New Zealand, boosting its NZ footprint by 44%.Val Morgan Outdoor (VMO) claims the deal will make it the only dedicated provider of office tower media in NZ, and the only outdoor group able to reach 40% of “affluent office professionals”.VMO’s new ad spaces are in office lobbies and commuter hubs across NZ.Following the deal, VMO will have a presence in 120 locations across Wellington, Auckland and Christchu...

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