"The acquisition of InSpot's digital signage network will give our clients broader exposure at even greater savings", said Cyrus Rafizadeh, President & CEO of Elite Marketing. "We've also got orders for another 25 screens we plan to have live in the coming weeks which we’re excited about."
InSpot has a strong digital signage portfolio amongst grocery retailers. ELITEM directors believe the deal will enable the company to focus towards a particular demographic highly sought after: household decision makers.
Elite Marketing was incorporated in June 2010 and now operates a rapidly expanding network of some 60 digital advertising screens throughout Adelaide and surrounding suburbs. ELITEM provides restaurants, cafes, clubs, gyms, shopping centre retailers and similar high volume venues with tailor made setups to promote products, specials, and businesses.
The company's mission is to help SMEs promote themselves and improve brand recognition while taking advantage of current forms of digital media. Other services offered by ELITEM include web design, video/graphics design, business logos, and branding. ELITEM also acts as an incubator for several web-based ventures of which the company has yet to disclose further information.
More information can be found at www.elitem.com.au
Marie L. Carbone