Birmingham’s Symphony Hall, a B:Music venue, has been undergoing a £13.2 million transformation featuring iconic digital displays from ADXBA.
We are looking to recruit a Pre-Sales Technical/ Bid Manager and an Internal Sales Executive to assist us on our growth journey.
Manchester Airport has completed a £1 billion transformation of Terminal 2 which includes digital display solutions provided by ADXBA.
We are looking to recruit up to five IT Support Engineers to join our rapidly growing digital signage organisation at our main site, based in Hyde.
We’re proud to share the news that ADXBA apprentice, George Priestly, has graduated and is now a fully-fledged Software Development SME (subject matter expert) at ADXBA.
After a successful first phase partnership, ADXBA has been successful in winning a public tender to provide the technology, systems and support for the next generation of BT’s Street Hub units. The contract spans five years and includes the rollout of approximately 200-400 Street Hub units per year
Due to expansion, we are looking for a new service and maintenance engineer to join our projects team.
This is a key position at ADXBA and carries the responsibility to maintain our reputation with new and existing clients. We are looking for candidates that have extensive experience in maintaining and servicing both indoor and outdoor digital signage.
ADXBA, the digital signage specialist – best-known for its large-scale projects in the airport sector – has been able to transfer its skills and technologies to DOOH and other sectors during the pandemic.
ADXBA’s sales and marketing director, Nick Shaw was recently interviewed by Panstadia & Arena Management magazine about ADXBA’s expansion into the sports and arena market and the role of digital displays in driving both revenue and fan engagement. Here’s the Q&A as it appeared in the 2021 publication.
by Nick Shaw,
Sales and marketing director, ADXBA
Stadium screens are an integral part of the live sport experience. From scoreboards, giant screens and pitch side advertising boards to digital wayfinding screens and menu board systems, digital displays are an essential part of stadium safety, provide opportunities for fan engagement and are a vital source of sports advertising income. But they also represent a significant investment – one that many venues will struggle to find funding for after one of the worst years on record.
Sports venues can reduce spend and cut running costs without compromising your digital display solution by making wise decisions about what technology to include in your display network, and to ensure they’re used efficiently. Here are some pointers to consider.
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