Monday, August 29, 2016

Medical Tourism: Advertising in Indonesia

With new solutions, comes new issues, and for every problem, there is a solution. In this modern day and age, people are getting more cautious of their health.
However, the best technologies are not readily available everywhere. With health risks like Zika, SARS, Bird Flu or even Cancer, people from developing countries tend to seek to other countries where the hospitals are equipped with the state-of-the-art technologies.
This is the reason why medical tourism advertising has been increasing in those places. Here are some of our clients who have advertised with us at TPM Outdoor.
Eu Yan Sang @ Batam Centre Ferry Terminal
Eu Yan Sang @ Batam Centre Ferry Terminal
KPJ Puteri Specialist Hospital @ Batam Centre Ferry Terminal
KPJ Puteri Specialist Hospital @ Batam Centre Ferry Terminal


Regency Hospital @ Batam Centre Ferry Terminal
Regency Hospital @ Batam Centre Ferry Terminal
Bethsaida Hospital @ Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta International Airport
Bethsaida Hospital @ Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta International Airport
Malaysia Healthcare Tourism Council @ Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta International Airport
Malaysia Healthcare Tourism Council @ Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta International Airport
Malaysia Healthcare Tourism Council @ Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta International Airport
Malaysia Healthcare Tourism Council @ Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta International Airport
Gleneagles Hospital @ Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta International Airport
Gleneagles Hospital @ Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta International Airport
Call us at 62730556 if you want to grab this opportunity to raise your brand’s awareness!

Friday, August 19, 2016

China UnionPay: Branding Growth in Indonesia

China UnionPay @ Jakarta Airport T2 LCD
China UnionPay @ Jakarta Airport LCD T2
China UnionPay, also known as UnionPay or by its abbreviation, CUP, is a global payment network with acceptance footprint in 160 countries and regions.
It is the only domestic bank card organization in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Founded on March 26, 2002, China UnionPay is an association for China’s banking card industry, operating under the approval of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC, central bank of China).
It is also the only interbank network in China excluding Hong Kong and Macau, linking the ATMs of all banks throughout mainland China and widely accepted by the ATMs in Hong Kong and Macau. It is also an EFTPOS (Electronic Funds Transfer at Point of Sale) network.
UnionPay cards can be used in more than a hundred country and region around the world, making it the third-largest payment network by value of transactions processed, behind Visa and MasterCard. Some UnionPay credit cards are also affiliated with American Express, MasterCard or Visa, and they can be used abroad as an American Express, MasterCard or Visa. Since 2006, China UnionPay cards can be used in over 100 countries outside China.
One of the countries is Indonesia. Why Soekarno-Hatta? This is simply because Jakarta International Airport is one of the busiest in Indonesia with high passenger volume with both locals and international travellers.
China Union Pay @ Jakarta Airport T2 Baggage Claim
China UnionPay @ Jakarta Airport T2 Baggage Claim
China Union Pay @ Jakarta Airport T2 Arrival
China UnionPay @ Jakarta Airport T2 Arrival
This provides good exposure for our ads as our main objective is to communicate and position the UnionPay brand as a global payment network. Therefore, we at TPM Outdoor are proud to be part of this growth for China UnionPay.
Reach out to us if you want us to help YOU with your marketing needs!

China UnionPay: Pertumbuhan Merek Produk di Indonesia

China Union Pay @ Jakarta Airport LCD T2
China Union Pay @ Jakarta Airport LCD T2
China UnionPay, yang juga dikenal sebagai UnionPay atau disingkat, CUP, adalah jaringan pembayaran global yang diterima di 160 wilayah negara.
Ini adalah satu satunya Organisasi Kartu layanan perbankan di Republic Rakyat China (RRC). Didirikan pada tanggal 26 Maret 2002, China UnionPay adalah  asosiasi kartu layanan perbankan untuk Industri Kartu perbankan di China, Beroperasi dibawah persetujuan People’s Bank of China (PBOC, atau Bank Sentral China).
CUP juga sebagai satu satunya jaringan antar Bank di China selain Hong Kong dan Macau,  It is also the only interbank network in China excluding Hong Kong and Macau, Menghubungkan semua ATM dari seluruh bank di Wilayah China daratan dan diterima luas oleh ATM di Hong Kong dan Macau. Ini juga berupa sebuah jaringan EFTPOS (Electronic Funds Transfer at Point of Sale) atau transfer dana elektronik di tempat penjualan.
Kartu UnionPay bisa digunakan di lebih dari 100 wilayah negara diseluruh dunia, sehingga menjadikan nya sebagai Jaringan Pembayaran terbesar ke 3 berdasarkan nilai proses transaksi, setelah Visa dan MasterCard. Beberapa Kartu Kredit UnionPay juga  ter afiliasi dengan American Express, MasterCard atau Visa, dan bisa digunakan diluar negeri seperti American Express, MasterCard atau Visa. Sejak 2006, Kartu China UnionPay bisa digunakan di 100 negara diluar China.
Salah satu Negara tersebut adalah Indonesia. Mengapa di Soekarno-Hatta? Ini adalah hal yang mudah, Mudah karena Jakarta International Airport adalah salah satu Bandara tersibuk di Indonesia dengan jumlah penumpang yang padat baik local atau internasional.
China UnionPay @ Jakarta Airport T2 Kedatangan
China UnionPay @ Jakarta Airport T2 Kedatangan
Ini menghasilkan expose paparan yang baik  untuk iklan kami sebagai objek tujuan utama untuk  memperkenalkan dan memposisikan Merek UnionPay sebagai jaringan pembayaran global. Oleh karena itu , kami di TPM bangga menjadi bagian dari pertumbuhan China UnionPay.
Hubungi kami jika membutuhkan bantuan untuk segala kebutuhan pemasaran anda…

Friday, August 12, 2016

Announcement: AirAsia to move to T2 in Soekarno-Hatta Airport

AirAsia @ T2F, Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta Airport
AirAsia @ T2F, Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta Airport
AirAsia has officially moved to Terminal 2 as of today. As our lightbox is located right at the check-in counters, we are pleased to receive this piece of good news. Used to solely be at terminal 3, now there is more opportunity for us to target our AirAsia passengers.
AirAsia
This means that the eyeball rate in Terminal 3 will all be present at Terminal 2. AirAsia’s international flights have moved to Terminal 2E and their domestic flights to Terminal 2F. If you are interested in targeting this group of audience -or any other- check out our media locations on our web page or drop us a call at 62730556.

SG Bike Show 2016

Singapore Bike Show 2016 @ Queensway Shopping Centre LED
Singapore Bike Show 2016 @ Queensway Shopping Centre LED
Calling all bike lovers! Singapore Bike Show 2016 have just recently bought airtime on our giant LED screen at Queensway Shopping Centre to promote their show starting this mid-August. One of the ideal places to target motorists or motorcycle enthusiasts at it is a 5-minute travel to an array of bike shops.
You can also spot the SG Bike Show message on our tri-vision billboard at Jalan Besar Plaza -another great area to target motorists or motorcycle enthusiasts as it is within proximity of popular bike related shops like Auntie Sticker Shop.
Singapore Bike Show @ Jalan Besar Plaza
Singapore Bike Show 2016 @ Jalan Besar Plaza
Call us to know more about the right advertisement for your targeted audience! 62730556

Monday, August 8, 2016

“Quadruple-Threat” of Outdoor marketing - Techcrunch article - OUTDOOR IS THE NEW BLACK

From a Techcrunch article - OUTDOOR IS THE NEW BLACK, the author Jonathan Sills created a very detailed and well crafted summary of the FOUR KEY SUCCESS CRITERIA OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING
"But I believe outdoor advertisers can increase their odds of success if they evaluate their buys against four key elements: time, place, “state of mind” and creative relevance. All of these increase the likelihood of provoking action, as well as getting eyeballs. Call it the “quadruple-threat” of outdoor marketing."
We wrote earlier - in this article on how more and more online companies are taking their advertising to the offline media for the next level of boosting their brand awareness. This “quadruple-threat” of outdoor marketing is how advertisers have used these criteria to their best advantage when executing their outdoor media campaigns.

TPM Outdoor will lend our own examples of how our clients have harnessed this when choosing our Outdoor Advertising media sites -

Jonathan Sills summarizes the “quadruple-threat” of outdoor marketing or THE FOUR KEY SUCCESS CRITERIA OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING as
  1. TIME 
  2.  PLACE 
  3. STATE OF MIND 
  4.  CREATIVE RELEVANCE 
1. TIME
This may sound like common sense, but outdoor marketing needs to be relevant to the time during which it’s being consumed...


[The above STARBUCKS]...ads offer an invitation for commuters to place coffee orders and pay ahead for their caffeine fix, with references to the specific station. And through use of multiple panels, they educate riders on the way the program works while reinforcing the campaign’s overall message. Combined with the relevance of this message to those who frequently ride BART — many of whom are undoubtedly using the train to arrive at work in the morning — many of these impressions (but not all) will be consumed in a way that amplifies their effect.

2. PLACE
Think about roadside signs you’ve seen promoting wonky tourist traps, like South of the Border, or real-estate ads that proclaim: “If you lived here, you’d be home by now.” What do these placements have in common? They underline the fact that the advertised product is just “X miles away.” These billboards demonstrate the straightforward reason why local businesses primarily use outdoor marketing: Its ability to target consumers in the immediate vicinity.
[Uber].... has more reason to collect eyeballs on the road. Uber recruiting taxi drivers with ad on back of city bus promising $5,000 the first month "guaranteed" Uber, a ridesharing company you may have heard of, nails place with this campaign on the back of New York City buses. The city is dense with cabs, and this placement on the backs of buses hits drivers perfectly at eye level. Uber is here nailing both place and “state of mind” (the third element of stellar outdoor marketing — more on this below). Time-wise, the ads are perennially relevant.



If Uber could change its creative quickly, the company might guarantee $5,000 in income in your first month “when you sign up in November.” And on routes that have a heavy density of Hispanics or Asian-Americans, it would be great to see this ad in the other applicable languages.

3. STATE OF MIND
 To successfully reach customers distracted by their phones, outdoor ads need to provide information consumers want at that exact moment. They should strive to enhance a potential customer’s actions or well-being. They should complement rather than interrupt what someone is doing. 


 The Jet banner on the side of a bus (above) does not accomplish that. It’s targeting tech-savvy consumers, sure, but only mentions shopping in tiny letters underneath the URL — making it unclear what advantage Jet provides to those walking or driving by. Would you even know Jet competes with Amazon from this placement? Given the rock star/roadie reference, are they an online clothing store, or a vendor of musical instruments? On a warm October day, there’s no readily apparent time, place or state of mind relevance.

4. CREATIVE RELEVANCE


Being clever with an actual sign or even the surface on which it’s placed can be highly effective at provoking engagement. [NatGeo]... l ran an imaginative campaign for its Shark Week that people still remember today. The network used buses as a canvas, wrapping them with an ad depicting a door in the middle of the bus that was a shark’s mouth devouring passengers. Talk about getting people’s attention.




By contrast, the bus signs for Rinse clothing care (above) aren’t taking full advantage of their location. I’ll hand it to the company for using the rinse.com/bus vanity URL for attempting to track who’s taking action after seeing this ad (although my experience suggests most consumers won’t use that URL). In an urban environment, the bus back gets noticed by drivers; is that Rinse’s best audience? There’s not much of a time element to this campaign, and it’s hard to justify state of mind, either. And the creative represents a missed opportunity: Why isn’t Rinse making some clever play on the fact that the bus back is probably dirty?
Of course, there are additional factors to consider when buying outdoor ads — a rational cost, how they complement the overall mix of a company’s marketing campaigns and channels, the lifetime value of a customer and more.
As an overall framework for evaluation in today’s mobile-influenced world, venture-backed companies should aspire to have out-of-home investments fully capitalize on time, place, state of mind and creative relevance to productively promote growth. In doing so, they can help ensure what’s old — in this case outdoor marketing — is definitely new again.
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Looking back at our own TPM Outdoor campaigns, it would seem obvious that our clients would choose the most appropriate and effective media locations with the following in mind. For this year -

1. TIME 


In our blog article - What's New In Geylang Bazaar 2016 we featured our clients NETS, Pertapis and Syafiq Focus of ERA purposefully created special messages for the Hari Raya Period 2016. This is a timely placement in this area where many Singaporean Malay pop by during this awesome festive period. 

2. PLACE 


 In our blog article - What's New In  Queensway Shopping Centre - A LOCAL HERO this mall is famous for being the centre of good football gear in Singapore. It also birthed the sneakers' culture and love in Singapore. Sporting clients such as New Balance, Nike and Adidas are regulars featuring their best products here. Queensway Shopping Centre is also facing the biggest cross junction opposite all the car show rooms. Volvo was one of the featured advertising in 2016 targeting car buyers.


3. STATE OF MIND 


In our blog article - What's New In Traveloka online travel portal is well placed in the departure areas of the international airport Soekarno Hatta International Airport, Jakarta. Advertising in the Soekarno Hatta International Airport, Jakarta reaching to all the travelers is definitely in the right state of mind as 100% of all passengers are the target audience for Traveloka and they can and will travel again and again. Experience Traveloka once and these passengers could be Traveloka users for life! 


4. CREATIVE RELEVANCE 


In our numerous blog articles - We have featured the growth and the potential of the Soekarno Hatta International Airport - here are some articles This advertising for a bank is featured in the arrival - Baggage Claim areas. One passenger is still obviously looking for this luggage. 


The advertisement above the baggage claim states - "STILL LOOKING FOR YOUR LUGGAGE? GET READY....  STILL LOOKING FOR THE RIGHT BANKING PARTNER? WE ARE READY - OCBC NISP BANK" 

Talk about creative relevance! Right place, right client, right message appropriate to the activity taking place - all the 4 “quadruple-threat” of outdoor marketing fully expressed here!

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