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MegaVision Media

MegaVision Media

MegaVision Media understands in-store marketing and branding at point-of-sale. We own and manage fixtures in prime retail space that can be utilised to enhance the marketing and advertising efforts of FMCG brands. 70% of purchasing decisions by consumers are made at the point-of-sale – that’s why we call it the Sweet Spot.
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Pocketmedia Solutions

Pocketmedia Solutions

PocketMedia® Solutions is a communications solutions company with a specialised finishing unit, patented machinery and a brand new folding machine which can produce greater quantities, at a faster pace, whilst offering clients the benefit of new technology.
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Smart Media

Smart Media

Smart Media is a solution-driven in-store innovator. We inspire confidence with retailers, strategically partnering with clients in the moment that matters, entrenching brand loyalty with shoppers by providing 360° solutions.
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