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Taxi advertising in Cardiff
A Cardiff campaign allows your business to make an impact on the streets of one of the UK’s most visited cities.
Get your brand in front of those visiting this historic location
- 18.3 million tourists visit the Welsh capital each year
- Tourism generates £703.6 million annually for Cardiff
- A vibrant shopping area, with an abundance of visitors to both here and the recently regenerated St David’s Centre.
- Reach an ABC1 demographic that is looking to make immediate purchases, with money to spend
If your objective is reaching an audience in education, look no further than Cardiff – there are many higher education institutions within its boundaries, with students accounting for 20% of the total population. Annually students bring in £1.3 billion to the local economy.
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Why advertise in Cardiff?
Cardiff is the hub of the Welsh economy, making up nearly 20% of overall Welsh GDP. The city thrives on its retail, finance, media and tourism sectors, and is home to countless blue chip businesses and a professional workforce.
It is also a highly multicultural and diverse city, with around 53,000 residents in the city hailing from non-white ethnic backgrounds. This can provide brands looking to target a diverse demographic with an invaluable opportunity, with Cardiff taxi advertising a great way to reach a huge and varied audience.
Cardiff lives and breathes sport, with its iconic Millennium Stadium home to the Welsh national rugby and football teams. It attracts visitors from across Europe each year, with a cab campaign a great way to reach this audience. Get in touch with us today for more info!
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