Moving Walls, jeki team up to meet growing local demand for media assets

Moving Walls, jeki team up to meet growing local demand for media assets

Tokyo, Japan – Adtech solutions provider Moving Walls and local OOH company jeki have teamed up to see jeki screens light up across Japan as the country caters to an influx of inbound and outbound demand on a global scale.

The partnership will build and strengthen a seamless system to meet a growing demand for media assets. Moving Walls will leverage itself as a global media solution partner to bring global buyers to jeki media. 

Meanwhile, jeki will have access to a global network of clients from which they can tap into global and regional digital budgets to execute campaigns in Japan. Jeki will also work with Moving Walls to run overseas campaigns for Japanese clientele.

Srikanth Ramachandran, group CEO and founder at Moving Walls, said, “This is a historic partnership for Moving Walls. We are proud to partner with a forward thinking and innovative media owner such as jeki – whose ideals for both Japan and beyond are admirable. This is the first of many more steps to come.”

Meanwhile, Atsushi Takahashi, managing director and CDO of jeki, commented, “Jeki noticed the increasing momentum of Japan-bound tourism in Southeast Asia with the easing of Corona-related entry restrictions. We are confident that networking OOH in Southeast Asia will be a powerful boost for our clients, especially as we specialise in tourism promotions for local governments and other clients throughout Japan.”

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