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Digital Signage Best Practices Guide 2017/2018

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The 2017/2018 Digital Signage Best Practices Guide brings together an A-list of industry experts to cut through the clutter of messages about the "future" of digital signage and DOOH—and provides a guide to success now, in today's market, with today's tools.

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The Guide is a market roadmap from the industry's most successful providers and analysts, including topics such as:

  • New Generation Display Solutions
  • The Boom in Direct View LED
  • AV/IP and Digital Signage
  • The Existential Crisis of Retail and The Digital Solutions
  • The New Generations of Tailored Messaging
  • and much more!

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