SPACE City will be attending The Business Show this Thursday (18 May) at the ExCel in London.
Having attended the previous show at Olympia in Kensington, the UK’s number one producers of TV commercials will be venturing to East London to offer advice and ensure businesses are aware of the costs, power and effectiveness of TV advertising.
With productions spanning 25 years, Space City has been delivering TV, online and radio commercials for myriad companies including GoCompare, MoneySupermarket, Moonpig, Asda, Cadbury, Villa Plus and Frijj.
Since the turn of the century the improving production company has produced more adverts than any other productions company.
This upward trend has been reiterated once more with the news the company has continued to rise up the Campaign Magazine agency rankings, with three places gained through 2016.
That places Space City above renowned agencies such as Bray Leino, Proximity London and Tag Worldwide.
A large proportion of advertising spend has been devoted to online in recent years, with TV accounting for 34% of collective advertising spend, despite eliciting 51% of all advertising sales.
Therefore Space City will be seeking to showcase the merits and accessibility of TV, online and/or radio advertising, with packages available for as little as £4000.
While linear TV advertising as we know it has struggled to provide the attribution and measurability of online, it continues to provide the most cost effective and successful means of advertising.
Within times where TV is increasingly diversifying to incorporate online and provide combined measurability, the control businesses over the delivery and analysis of campaigns is unprecedented.
Thus the emphasis of Space City’s presence at the Business Show at ExCel will be to ensure businesses are aware of the savings they will make with TV advertising, notwithstanding the growth it can provide.
You can find out more about Space City and the work it continues to deliver for perennially returning clients by visiting their website: how can you save money on advertising in 2017?