Cultivating goodwill with customers


    While many firms are on the brink of collapse, DOOH (Digital Out-of-Home) Philippines manages to survive and thrive amid these times of great uncertainty.

    The most sought-after outdoor advertising provider embodies innovation to communicate clients’ needs for digital exposure.

    The need to innovate arises as more brands want to stand out and stay ahead in the market. Thus, the company is focused on the future of advertising – digital LEDs.

    DOOH is offering its spaces to air different brands’ relevant and genuine campaigns on its attention-grabbing LED billboards placed in high-traffic areas around the country to keep many people informed and connected.

    Now is the time for big or small businesses to take care of customers first by reaching out to them, recognizing their priorities and offering goods, services or solutions that would help them address pandemic-related challenges.

    DOOH can help effectively relay a company or brand’s reassuring messages to customers.

    Its enormous 34,200 square foot LED display that is strategically located at EDSA-Guadalupe, for instance, opens up sale opportunities through outdoor publicity.

    The company is also showing the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe so that all the faithful who experience intense negative feelings because of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) can ask for help from a high power through prayer, reflection or meditation.

    More than anything else, Alvin Carranza, president and chief executive officer of DOOH, said that people must lift each other up, build partnerships, and work together in solidarity to win the war against COVID-19.

    Other important messages and stories will also be on display as the company offers immediate help and assistance to the fight against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

    Pricing information can be obtained at for any of its advertising products.