Visual Retale partners Ticket2u

PETALING JAYA: Visual EFX Sdn Bhd, a digital out of home company has announced a new partnership with Ticket2u, a Malaysian online ticketing and event management platform that helps people buy, sell, manage and check-in tickets for events at ease.

Thus, Ticket2u’s clients who host seminars, concerts, or other events, will now be able to use the ticketing platform to buy advertising space on Visual EFX’s large format LED billboard screens.

This exclusive partnership integration gives clients an opportunity to reach audiences on major arteries in Klang Valley with digital out of home advertising, at an affordable entry level price.

“This collaboration can benefit event marketers who sell their tickets on our platform with exclusive rates and maximum exposures of their event to the mass market. Online and offline advertising are equally important to create awareness for events and drive ticket sales effectively, ” Cloudhax Sdn Bhd and Ticket2u managing director and founder YC Chia said.

“It is with great pleasure that we at Visual EFX, have the opportunity to connect event marketers with daily commuters who are exposed to our digital billboards. Ticket2u has shown a great deal of success and strength with their platform and this partnership strengthens each other’s business offering, ” Visual EFX CEO Sailendra Kanagasundram said.

Visual EFX is a media and marketing company, originally specialised in its patented 3D anamorphic visuals. It has also been named exclusive representative with media buying agencies and out of home specialists for KLIA TV.

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