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oOh!media Opens State Office in Perth

oOh!media has set up a new dedicated office in Perth to enable advertisers to better leverage its expanded offering including more than 3,000 Out of Home panels in Western Australia and advanced strategic tools to optimise performance.

Following the addition of Commute by oOh! (formerly Adshel), oOh! has more than doubled its footprint in the State, with its portfolio in Western Australia now including 850 digital panels and more than 2,150 classic signs.

The dedicated local team, to be headed up by Mark Treasure, will ensure advertisers will further benefit from oOh!’s investment into data, content and innovation to drive greater engagement and campaign performance.

Mark Treasure, who for the past eight years has been managing oOh!’s offering in the state under its representation agreement with Media Tonic, leads the team as Sales Director of WA reporting into oOh!’s National Sales Director Tim Murphy.

oOh! Chief Executive, Brendon Cook, said with the company’s national network having now increased to more than 30,000 signs and advertiser demand growing in the State, a dedicated team was required that could focus on the continually evolving the Out of Home medium that the company offered “The Media Tonic team has done a tremendous job over the past eight years in helping take oOh! to the next level in Western Australia and has been a great contributor to our clients’ business success. This is evident by the fact that Mark has been appointed in the leadership position and the ongoing collaborative relationship we will have with David Fare and the rest of the Media Tonic team. This is an exciting step forward for the business in WA and will result in us being able to ensure advertisers can leverage oOh’s Unmissable opportunities.”

Mark Treasure will remain a Director of Media Tonic.

The new oOh! office will include the Commute team from WA and former Media Tonic employees who had previously represented oOh! business, and is located at 344 Hay St, Subiaco (the old Initiative building).