Infiniti Mall’s largest adverting LED wall promises mega opportunities for brands

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The recently launched “Infinite Screen, the largest adverting LED wall installed, inside any mall in India yet, is becoming the talk of the town amongst the brands. This giant advertising LED wall is 39.4FT (W)X 16.4 FT (H) in size, which provides an exceptional mega resolution of 4224PX (W) X 1760PX (H) along with sound support.

Installed at the most go to mall of Mumbai city, (Infiniti mall, Malad, Mumbai), this giant advertising LED is making each brand campaign on it- “The highlight of the mall”.

Brands like Bank of Baroda, ITC, Samsung, Netflix, Cadbury and many more have already boarded this beautiful mega LED screen, with their latest campaigns and are becoming the eye candy for all the mall visitors.

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image-Ketan-B-Lakhani-Director-Orienta-Cine-Advertising-MediaBrief.jpgKetan B Lakhani, Director, Orienta Cine Advertising, said, “We are extremely happy with the response of our newly launched LED screen “Infinite” at Infiniti mall, Malad, Mumbai. This year end has been fantastic in terms of our delivery to our all clients, in making their brand campaigns the highlight of the most go to mall of the country.

“Being in the adverting business from almost 5 decades, we always believe in providing the best, innovative and impactful solutions to our clients and Infinite screen has definitely added one more feather to the cap,” Lakhani said.

image-Mukesh-Kumar-CEO-Infiniti-Mall-mediabrief.jpgMukesh Kumar, CEO, Infiniti Mall, said, “We are thrilled to have the Infinite LED wall installed at Infiniti Mall, Malad. It has added more value and is providing a great visual treat to patrons visiting the mall.

“Certainly, it has become one of the highlights of the mall and this is the first time we have installed such a giant screen and it seems to be a very exciting collaboration,” Kumar said.

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