Over 166 prime Central London workplaces are now running ECN content, with our UK network strategically focused in The City of London, Canary Wharf, Mid-town, London Bridge City and the West End. ECN’s audience work for some of London’s smartest and most progressive companies in the finance, tech, media,
property and legal sectors who are high spending consumers, in their prime earning years (ages 40-55) and highly likely to consider a range of premium brand experiences within the travel, financial services, insurance, technology, retail and motors sectors.
145 sites are equipped with ECN screens with a strategic location in the heart of Paris, La Défense (Europe’s leading business district) with a growing presence in cities such as Boulogne-Billancourt, Issy-les-Moulineaux, Levallois- Perret, Neuilly-Sur-Seine. Our DOOH network, 100% connected and Live, allows you to reach the right audience, on the right channel and at the right time.
Our technology will allow you to broadcast your digital campaigns, Live and data sensitive with all the flexibility offered by our media. Our network allows you to address a target group of 25-49 years (79%) and CSP + (79%) with 31% living in a high income household (+ 65K € net per year).
Every week, nearly 400,000 people work in different sectors such as finance, new technologies, the media, real estate.
Over 106 German workplaces are now running ECN content, with our network strategically focused in Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin & Stuttgart. ECN’s network reaches workplace talent of smart German and global companies in the finance, tech, media, property and legal sectors. In addition to private consumption, 50% of ECN’s workplace audience also make day to day purchasing decisions on behalf of their company.
60% of our workplace audience are in their prime earning years (ages 40-55), meaning they are more likely to consider a range of premium brand experiences within the travel, financial services, insurance, technology, retail and motors sectors. They have an income twice as high as the German average.