Generative AI (GenAI) is creating new possibilities in digital marketing. However, to truly benefit from this technology, marketers need a well-crafted strategy and careful execution. This article offers practical advice for marketers looking to leverage GenAI based on insights from industry experts.

In celebration of AI Appreciation Day, we spoke with marketing and AI experts on what this day signifies and the shifts marketers need to be across over the coming year.

Balancing Innovation, Risk, and Feasibility

Jennifer Fleck, Senior Principal at Slalom Consulting, highlights the challenge of scaling GenAI initiatives:

“Experiments are easy, but scale is hard. Most of the GenAI we see happening at enterprise organizations right now is an ambitious idea that stays in POC purgatory. Selecting use cases that balance innovation, risk, and feasibility and an understanding that AI at scale requires people, process, data, and technology foundations is paramount to success.”

Fleck also suggests focusing on three key areas where GenAI can drive value:

“At Slalom, we see GenAI driving value in three key areas: productivity (doing what you already do but better and faster (doing what you already do in a fundamentally different way), and disruption (changing the essence of your business.).

By considering these areas, marketers can identify the most impactful applications of GenAI for their organizations.

Leveraging AI as a Co-Pilot

Natalie Kansteiner, Director of Data Partnerships at The Trade Desk, recommends using AI as a powerful assistant in digital advertising:

“At The Trade Desk, we see AI as a powerful co-pilot in digital advertising, transforming complex tasks into streamlined processes. To start, focus on leveraging AI for data analysis and audience segmentation. Use AI tools, like Koa AI, to extract insights from vast datasets, ensuring precise targeting and higher engagement rates. Employ real-time optimization to refine campaigns as they run, boosting performance and cost efficiency. 

Additionally, leveraging generative AI for creative content generation, while keeping human oversight to ensure brand alignment, can be highly effective. By combining AI’s analytical power with strategic human input, marketers can create more data-driven and impactful advertising campaigns.”

Kansteiner’s advice underscores the importance of using AI to enhance various aspects of digital marketing while maintaining human oversight for strategic decisions and brand consistency.

Being Prepared to Pivot

Jay Pattisall, VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester and Lisa Gately, Principal Analyst at Forrester, emphasizes in their report “Advance GenAI Marketing From Pilot Projects To Proficiency” the importance of adaptability in the rapidly changing world of AI:

“Be prepared to pivot given the rate of change in the AI world. GenAI adoption involves managing persistent change and turning setbacks into successes. Promote and reward adaptability within the marketing organization as your pilot projects reveal what’s viable and the best uses. Encourage marketers to share what they’ve learned, including areas that aren’t the best use cases. Your team will thrive as a result.”

This advice highlights the need for flexibility and a culture of continuous learning when implementing GenAI in marketing strategies.

Starting Small and Measure

Joyce Gordon, Head of Generative AI at Amperity, emphasizes the importance of starting with small, measurable use cases. She advises:

“My advice to brands and organizations when rolling out AI: start small. I recommend starting with a small use case that’s highly measurable and one that doesn’t require major change. One place where marketers have seen a lot of success is just with subject line optimization or optimizing the body of emails or paid media ads. Since you can have a human in the loop here, it’s a great opportunity to experiment with creating different segmentation strategies and different messages. And it’s also really easy to measure and determine if those approaches are working or not.”

This approach allows for experimentation without major disruptions and provides clear metrics to evaluate success. Marketers can gain valuable insights and experience with GenAI by starting small before scaling up to more complex applications.

Reverse Engineering for Success

Mike Edmonds, Sr. Director of AI Strategy, Global Retail and Consumer Goods, Microsoft advises: “Work backwards from the unmet needs and opportunities that your customers and employees face. The features and capabilities of generative AI are incredible – and with the exponential pace of change and advancements, the capabilities to come will be even more impressive. Brands and businesses that harness these powerful capabilities to unlock productivity, unleash creativity, and augment human potential will have the biggest impact. The Copilot metaphor at Microsoft not only references our technology stack, but also inspires brands and businesses to explore how every person and organization on the planet can achieve more in the era of AI transformation.”

Integrating Human Input with AI Capabilities

While AI offers powerful analytical capabilities, strategic human input remains crucial. Marketers should strive to find the right balance between AI-driven insights and human creativity and judgment. This integration allows for the best of both worlds: the data-processing power and pattern recognition of AI combined with the nuanced understanding and creative thinking of humans.

By maintaining this balance, marketers can ensure that AI-generated content and strategies align with brand values and resonate with target audiences. Human oversight also helps to catch and correct any potential biases or errors in AI-generated outputs, ensuring the highest quality of marketing materials and strategies.

As GenAI continues to change the marketing landscape, those who implement it thoughtfully and strategically will have the greatest success. Start small with measurable outcomes, balance innovation with feasibility, and use AI as a co-pilot while staying adaptable. By viewing AI as a tool to enhance, not replace, human marketers, you can drive more efficient, effective, and impactful campaigns. This approach leads to new levels of creativity and performance in marketing efforts.

Singapore – The phase-out of third-party cookies by Google is hitting yet another roadblock, as the tech giant announced that the move will most likely be delayed until early 2025. This is the latest cookie deprecation delay from Google, with the phase-out initially intended to roll out back in 2022.

In a blog post in Google’s The Privacy Sandbox page, it stated that they recognise that there are ongoing challenges related to reconciling divergent feedback from the industry, regulators and developers and that they will continue to engage closely with the entire ecosystem.

“It’s also critical that the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has sufficient time to review all evidence including results from industry tests, which the CMA has asked market participants to provide by the end of June. Given both of these significant considerations, we will not complete third-party cookie deprecation during the second half of Q4,” Google stated.

The first delay on the Google third-party cookie phase-outs happened by late 2023, then again to late 2024, and now to early 2025.

In light of yet another year of delay of third-party cookie phaseout, MARKETECH APAC reached out to multiple industry leaders in the region to learn more about what does this delay means for the future of a privacy-centric advertising strategy for marketers moving forward, and how brands should continue in their efforts to utilise first-party or zero-party data strategies for their marketing initiatives moving forward.

Genelle Hung, Country Manager for SEA at PubMatic

Adapting advertising technology for a more privacy-centric future is paramount and is an effort worth taking the time to get right. Google’s new timeline does not change our commitment to creating a vibrant ecosystem around Privacy Sandbox as well as other addressability innovation areas like alternative IDs, contextual signals and commerce media. At PubMatic, we are not taking our foot off the gas. We are continuing to test and innovate around Privacy Sandbox initiatives so we can best prepare our publishers and media buyers for an inevitable cookieless future.

Nishanth Raju, Managing Director for Asia at Lotame

Deja vu, Google. It’s really no great surprise that Google has pushed back the third-party cookie deadline again. It’s in an impossible polyamorous relationship where none of its partners (legislators, regulators, industry execs) are satisfied by its commitment. The message for brands and agencies is crystal clear. Do not slow down on divesting your advertising from cookies, as they will be retired at some point. It’s a matter of who controls your fate. Give into waiting on Google, and you’re unfortunately wasting precious time building a solid portfolio of options, whether it’s identity frameworks or data collaboration. 

Dan Richardson, Director of Data & Insights for AUSEA at Yahoo

Google’s new timeline helps the industry continue to test and adapt. Beyond even cookies, non-addressable inventory will only increase and the industry should act now to prepare for these changes. Either way, Yahoo is ready to support advertisers today, with solutions for addressable and non-addressable environments, as well as testing in the Privacy Sandbox.

Gary Cheung, General Manager at NP Digital Hong Kong & Taiwan

From our point of view, the delay comes to no surprise, but the deprecation of cookies will happen eventually, and marketers and advertisers need to prepare for it. This further delay will allow marketers additional time to prepare for the loss of third-party cookies and how we should adopt a first-party-driven data strategy to drive accurate and impactful marketing. 

It is crucial for marketeers and brands to focus towards in maximising the acquisition of 1st-party data. This includes different types of data such as CRM, loyalty data, as well as online behavioural data gathered from digital assets like websites, apps, and media data such as clicks and views.

Bharat Khatri, Chief Digital Officer, Omnicom Media Group Asia Pacific

The cookieless future is not the whole story but one part of where we are headed in a privacy-first world. Effective advertising is powered by a wide variety of signals not just cookies. These traditional signals are bound to deprecate next year or soon due to high privacy concerns.

But there is a bigger issue — our industry is so focused on these declining traditional signals that they are not considering new developments like Google PAIR and The Trade Desk’s Unified ID 2.0. Privacy centricity is the now and the future for our industry. 

Nonetheless, this news does not slow down the comprehensive approach we are taking to help clients stay ahead of the curve. OMG is taking a privacy by design approach with clients and accelerating towards privacy-safe future signals to continue our commitment towards responsible advertising.

Fai-keung Ng, Director of Data Partnerships at The Trade Desk

This is a quintessential illustration of why tethering the future of your business to a highly uncertain solution is not advisable. Advertisers ought to persist in their first-party data building endeavours, while publishers must prioritise expanding their base of authenticated users, regardless of Google’s cookie deprecation decision.

It is worth noting that this third-party deprecation delay by Google doesn’t comes as a surprise for many of the industry leaders in Asia-Pacific, as many are optimistic in the alternative strategies they use for a privacy-centric advertising era ahead. Moreover, utilising first-party and zero-party data using various advertising strategies are becoming more and more commonly applied across the industry, with some saying as well that this delay will not slow down their approach for responsible advertising, as they aim to guide their clients to stay ahead of the curve. From a general perspective, this new delay from Google is another indication for many industry leaders to continue evolving towards a future where understanding of users’ privacy is at the heart of their responsible advertising mantra online.

Singapore – foodpanda has announced today a strategic partnership with The Trade Desk that will enable brands to better reach their target audience and measure the success of digital advertising campaigns on the open internet. 

The collaboration will span seven markets, namely Hong Kong, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand.

The partnership features multiple retail media solutions powered by The Trade Desk’s programmatic advertising platform and foodpanda’s first-party retail data. This enables brands to engage with foodpanda customers on the open internet via The Trade Desk’s platform across channels such as OTT, music streaming, mobile apps, gaming, and websites, expanding their reach beyond foodpanda’s integrated advertising solution, panda ads. All data is pseudonymised, ensuring that customer identities remain anonymous.

Additionally, it allows brands to measure the impact of their ad campaigns on conversions. With these insights, brands can aim to optimise their ads in real-time, through ways that were previously not possible, helping them make informed decisions that could help boost their performance objectives.

Wen Zhe Lim, director of solutions, advertising and partnerships at foodpanda, said, “We are on a mission to grow foodpanda into the retail media network of choice. Our partnership with The Trade Desk is perfect for the era of consent-based advertising, where first-party data is key for targeted, personalised marketing. Leveraging the rapid growth of quick commerce, we help brands reach millions of tech-savvy customers, connecting them in ways that were not possible before.”

Meanwhile, Chris Mooney, general manager of data partnerships for APAC at The Trade Desk, commented, “Retail data is reshaping the landscape of marketing, and our partnership with foodpanda represents the incredible opportunity brands have to improve the effectiveness of their advertising spend through the adoption of data-driven strategies on the open internet. Retail data provides brands better targeting and performance measurement, enabling them to understand how their advertising dollars impact actual sales. We are thrilled to join forces with a company that is pioneering new approaches to digital advertising.”

During its beta phase in 2023, the solutions helped Unilever’s Knorr reach new customers and drive conversions for their new product line on foodpanda in Taiwan. To achieve this, Knorr leveraged TTD’s platform and used foodpanda’s retail data to target foodpanda subscribers.

Sharon Liu, marketing manager of nutrition at Unilever Taiwan, said, “Partnering with The Trade Desk and foodpanda played a crucial role in the success of our recent campaign for Knorr, enabling us to reach new audience segments on the open internet. We were extremely pleased with the significant increases in add-to-cart rates, conversions, and new buyers the campaign delivered.”

New Zealand – MarketMedia, The Warehouse Group’s retail media network, is teaming up with The Trade Desk to provide a retail media advertising approach suited to New Zealand brands.

More than 70 new partners and channels for programmatic display, programmatic digital out-of-home, connected TV (CTV), audio channels, and more can be added to MarketMedia’s client and brand campaigns. This allows for improved targeting of audiences with the intention of making a purchase on the open internet.

With the help of The Warehouse Group’s first-party data audiences, which number over 4.5 million, and MarketMedia’s self-service platform Zitcha, the alliance provides local companies with a wide range of advertising inventory alternatives through The Trade Desk.

Speaking about the partnership, Blaine Hudson, head of product, platforms, and data at MarketMedia, said, “MarketMedia will now be the only retail media network in New Zealand that lets advertisers buy across 80+ on and off-site channels easily within a single self-service platform. By integrating The Trade Desk to the MarketMedia platform we can offer never-before seen solutions that aims to expand our client’s capabilities.”

He added, “With access to The Trade Desk’s inventory and our first-party data, plus closed-loop reporting through Zitcha, we’re helping transform advertising possibilities in New Zealand.”

Meanwhile, James Bayes, VP Australia and New Zealand, The Trade Desk, said, “Retail media is making brands rethink the way they activate their media investments. Our partnership with The Warehouse Group and MarketMedia can help advertisers reach The Warehouse Group’s customers across the open internet and close the loop between advertising activity and real-world sales.”

“With leaders like The Warehouse Group, we’re driving the industry forward and helping advertisers across New Zealand work towards tangible performance improvements that translate to real business results,” Bayes added. 

Singapore – Food and grocery retailer FairPrice Group (FPG) has announced an industry partnership with adtech The Trade Desk to provide brands on The Trade Desk’s platform with insights on the impact of their digital advertising campaigns across offline and online sales channels.

In addition, such brands will be able to reach FPG’s customers on the open internet, beyond FairPrice’s owned media platforms. The partnership marks the first time that FairPrice Group’s pseudonymised sales conversion data will be available within a programmatic media buying platform.

The new partnership allows brands to reach an engaged customer base of more than 2 million NTUC Union and Link Members, including over 700,000 FairPrice app users. Brands and media agencies will be able to directly measure how digital ad campaigns are driving both in-store and online sales within FairPrice stores.

Furthermore, brands can make near real-time enhancements to their ad campaigns that can be optimised in a way that was not previously possible. Furthermore, the partnership makes it easier for brands to reach and engage with relevant FairPrice consumers across the open internet, in the fastest-growing digital channels, such as over-the-top (OTT), music streaming, mobile apps, gaming, and websites.

Alvin Neo, chief customer and marketing officer at FairPrice Group said, “Through this partnership, FairPrice Group aims to help brands unlock meaningful opportunities to better connect with our customers. As we enter the era of consent-based marketing, we look forward to working with The Trade Desk to harness the power of retail data to gain better insights to reach and serve consumers in relevant and beneficial​ ​ways.”

Meanwhile, Mitch Waters, senior vice president for ANZ, Southeast Asia and India at The Trade Desk, commented, “Given the complexity of the modern consumer, brands will need to take an omnichannel approach that supports a true shopping experience and navigates the path to purchase with consumers. By integrating FairPrice Group’s retail data available for the first time with The Trade Desk platform, we are helping brands reach FairPrice customers across the open internet, and closing the loop between advertising activity and in-store and online action.”

Singapore – Out-of-home (OOH) media company Asiaray and independent programmatic digital out-of-home (pDOOH) adtech company Hivestack has launched a pDOOH campaign for mobile on-demand services platform Gojek alongside Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) rail network via The Trade Desk’s demand side platform (DSP).

The campaign is launched on the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL). To launch the pDOOH campaign, Asiaray used proximity geofencing to activate Gojek’s ‘GOTOMALLS’ campaign on DOOH screens along the TEL line.

In the coming months, Asiaray will expand its digital inventory to additional TEL stations including digital floor, wall and ceiling mounted screens. This premium inventory is on for approximately 16 hours a day and is available for advertisers to reach their audiences with precise targeting during their daily travel.

Vincent Lam, chairman and executive director at Asiaray, said, “We are glad to have partnered with Hivestack again to support Gojek on the ‘GOTOMALLS’ campaign. This is another implementation of Asiaray’s unique ‘Outdoor and Online (O&O)’ new media strategy to provide our hallmark DOOH+ solution delivering fruitful results to both our customers and partners.” 

He added, “Looking ahead, Asiaray will continue to build on TEL’s role of ‘National Gateway’ with innovative advertising solutions that will brighten the passengers’ journey, and thus creating better values for advertisers as well as the brands.”

Meanwhile, Matt Bushby, managing director at Hivestack ANZ and SEA, commented, “We are thrilled to have launched the first ever programmatic DOOH campaign along Singapore’s latest Thomson East-Coast Line (TEL) following the announcement of our partnership with Asiaray in March. It’s an exciting time in Singapore as the streets are busy again and audiences are on the move, posing an unmissable opportunity for brands, agencies and omnichannel DSPs to activate DOOH with precision and scale.”

Singapore – Streaming giants Netflix and Disney+ are going head-to-head with their ad-supported subscriptions this year by announcing its latest adtech tie-ups. Disney+ has tied up with The Trade Desk while Netflix has tied up with Microsoft.

Both streaming platforms previously operate on an ad-free subscription basis, but have shifted to these ad-supported ones following competition and expansion to other regions, including Asia-Pacific. Disney+ had announced its intention to do so by late this year, and Netflix as well after reporting substantial loss in subscriptions in 2021.

In the tie-up between Disney Advertising and The Trade Desk, advertisers can access Disney’s portfolio of premium supply, rooted in secure data collaboration and powered by automation through Disney’s Clean Room technology.

In addition, said agreement will enable a first-of-its kind integration between Disney’s proprietary ‘Audience Graph’ and the open-source identity framework, Unified ID 2.0, within a secure environment. As a result, buyers will be able to discover more addressable, biddable inventory across the Disney portfolio, all validated by Disney’s proprietary Audience Graph.

Rita Ferro, president for advertising sales at Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution, said, “Disney Advertising had a bold vision backed by proven results from the start, and we’re thrilled to continue to deliver on our commitment to power greater automation and addressability for our customers through this expanded deal with The Trade Desk.”

She added, “We have spent years investing in our data and technology strategy to create innovative solutions for advertisers to engage their audiences with greater precision and accuracy in a privacy-focused way. This first-to-market capability sets the stage to empower access to the Disney portfolio, validated by powerful audience insights, in a way that’s automated and accessible.”

Meanwhile, Tim Sims, chief revenue officer at The Trade Desk, commented, “With this agreement, Disney and The Trade Desk are pioneering a new approach to audience addressability in a post-cookie environment. By creating interoperability between Unified ID 2.0 and Disney’s Audience Graph, we are unlocking the opportunity for our customers to activate their first-party data at scale programmatically, against some of the world’s most premium content, across all channels. As a result, advertisers will be able to deliver relevant advertising, while ensuring consumers have more control of their own privacy.”

On the other hand, the partnership between Netflix and Microsoft is that it allows marketers to look to Microsoft for their advertising needs and will have access to the Netflix audience and premium connected TV inventory. All ads served on Netflix will be exclusively available through the Microsoft platform.

Greg Peters, COO at Netflix, said, “Microsoft has the proven ability to support all our advertising needs as we together build a new ad-supported offering. More importantly, Microsoft offered the flexibility to innovate over time on both the technology and sales side, as well as strong privacy protections for our members.”

He added, “It’s very early days and we have much to work through. But our long-term goal is clear: More choice for consumers and a premium, better-than-linear TV brand experience for advertisers. We’re excited to work with Microsoft as we bring this new service to life.”

Singapore Global adtech company The Trade Desk has announced the appointment of Gregory Fournier as general manager for client development. The appointment will see Fournier build meaningful relationships with key advertisers and agencies to help them understand, navigate and leverage the power of the open internet to solve their unique advertising challenges. 

In addition, through collaborating with global and regional product and engineering teams, he will propose customised solutions to meet the specific needs of the clients across Asia Pacific. 

Prior to joining The Trade Desk as GM of client development, Fournier served as Global SVP of strategy for Unruly, a CTV and video advertising platform. In his previous role at Unruly, Fournier worked closely with blue-chip global brands and major global agency holding groups to devise and execute effective strategies that delivered tangible business results through strong digital storytelling, client-focused leadership, research, analysis, and marketing communications.

In an exclusive interview with MARKETECH APAC, Fournier shared that while working in Unruly, he learned a lot about how to engage with brand owners and educate them about the importance of testing ads to predict their emotional and cultural resonance with the audience.

Fournier continued, “When it comes to choosing what platforms, what formats and what data you can use to advertise your brands, it is essential to educate the clients on all aspect of their choices. This includes looking beyond the walled gardens to seize the full potential of the Open Internet which allows brands to reach more customers, in more places with more transparency and choice at every stage.”

Meanwhile, we also asked his insights about how consumers’ media consumption has changed over time and what platforms must brands focus on to effectively resonate with consumers. 

He explained, “The average consumer in APAC spends almost 8 hours online each day and less than 30 per cent of that is spent on search and social media, which we refer to as ‘walled gardens’.” 

“Today’s consumers are increasingly spending more of their time on the open internet – listening to music and podcasts, browsing their favourite content and news online and streaming TV shows, movies, and live sports on OTT platforms. The thriving open internet offers fast-growing ad opportunities on platforms like CTV and OTT and this is why brands should focus on unleashing the full advertising potential of the open internet,” Fournier added.

On his appointment, Fournier shared, “The Trade Desk is focused on preserving a free and open internet. I believe this is what the industry needs right now. An open, competitive internet is the best way to drive growth, creativity, amazing content. I am super excited to be part of this team to shape the future of advertising on the open internet.” 

Simon Morgan, VP, client development, APAC at The Trade Desk, commented, “We are thrilled to welcome Gregory to The Trade Desk. To have someone of Gregory’s pedigree and calibre is testament to our ongoing investment in the Client Development team in Asia Pacific. Gregory’s invaluable experience will help us to further unlock the full potential of the open internet for brands across Asia Pacific.” 

Bengaluru, India – Adtech The Trade Desk has announced the launch of its first market engineering hub in India, located at the city of Bengaluru. This is the company’s fifth in the Asia-Pacific region after Australia, China, Hong Kong and Singapore. The new facility will tap into the vast product and engineering talent pool in India as the company advances innovation for programmatic advertising. 

In recent months, the company announced strategic partnerships with leading players like Samsung Ads and Lifesight to offer the full suite of digital advertising capabilities on the open internet.

Tejinder Gill, general manager at The Trade Desk in India, said, “The rise of digital media will spur Indian marketers to adopt data-driven, digital advertising solutions. Over time, more and more digital advertising will be transacted programmatically. There is immense growth opportunity for us here in India. In fact, we have been encouraged by the momentum of our commercial office and are doubling down on hiring engineers, as well as for business-related roles. Our new engineering hub will help us stay ahead of the innovation curve.”

Since the launch of its operations in India last year, The Trade Desk has been helping India’s digital marketers capture the fast-growing advertising opportunities on the open internet. The Trade Desk plans to hire more talent to meet the growing demand for programmatic advertising as brands continue to accelerate and shift spend towards digital advertising.

Meanwhile, Shantanu Goel, director of engineering at The Trade Desk in India, commented, “The Trade Desk’s community of engineers value collaboration, diversity and critical thinking. Engineers in our Bengaluru engineering hub will be part of the global engineering team who will work on large-scale projects spanning around the world, as well as petabyte-scale data challenges, machine learning, and advanced visualisations.”

Sydney, Australia – Out-of-home (OOH) media company JCDecaux has announced the launch of a new programmatic trading and a new audience measurement system at the Sydney Airport, where it gives advertisers the ability to enhance engagement with airport travellers by delivering more relevant and timely campaigns.

The introduction of programmatic trading and Airport Audience Measurement (AAM), JCDecaux’s proprietary airport audience measurement system, is considered a first in Australia.

The introduction of programmatic trading is through VIOOH, a global digital out of home marketplace. Combining VIOOH’s programmatic offering with an evolved measurement system at Sydney Airport, makes the capabilities of this channel more accountable, flexible, and precise for advertisers with near real-time intelligent trading driving campaign efficiency and effectiveness.

Max Eburne, chief commercial officer at JCDecaux, said, “There’s a sense of positivity in the air as Australia re-opens its borders and restrictions ease. We expect a step-change in the volume and diversity of travellers passing through Australia’s busiest airport. The addition of programmatic trading and improved audience measurement capabilities means advertisers can leverage almost real-time data insights to target and engage audiences more effectively than ever.”

Global digital security company ESET is the first brand to trade programmatically across JCDecaux AIRPORT through The Trade Desk.

Meanwhile, Brad Palmer, national programmatic director at JCDecaux, commented, “Programmatic out-of-home adoption in Australia has been strong and we expect demand to continue to build as more supply is made available. Airports are the last environment in the JCDecaux Australia portfolio to be offered programmatically with digital large format, street furniture and rail all available.”

JCDecaux has debuted several OOH campaigns across public transport systems in ANZ, including in the Adelaide Railway Station and for Air New Zealand.