The digital signage business continues to grow and some analysts project that the global market for this sub segment of signage to reach no less than US$13 billion by 2017.
While Canada and the United States remains its largest regional market, the retail boom in countries such as Singapore, China, Malaysia and United Arab Emirates provide more areas for digital signage to thrive in.
For this week’s Follow Friday, we focus on three digital signage experts previously encountered by CDN
Haroon Mirza is currently the entrepreneur in residence at OMERS Ventures. Prior to that, he was director of business development at Intel Corp., and was founder and CEO of CognoVision Solutions Inc.
CognoVision is a Toronto-based provider of real-time audience measurement and retail intelligence solutuions, which was purchased by Intel.
— Haroon F. Mirza (@haroonfmirza) June 13, 2014
— Haroon F. Mirza (@haroonfmirza) April 22, 2014
LG’s meteor prank – great ad! http://t.co/KbMw2yv47s
— Haroon F. Mirza (@haroonfmirza) November 29, 2013
Terence McGuire specializes in the use of digital media for marketing, costumer engagement and training. An award-winning designer and producer, Terry is a pioneer in the design and development of interactive multimedia and digital signage.
Head on up to ‘South Park’ with Oculus Rift and have yourself a time http://t.co/qGyVVWD31z
— Terence McGuire (@TerenceMcGuire) July 2, 2014
The 8 Types of Images That Increase the Psychological Impact of Your Content – Copyblogger http://t.co/98gnv3cT77
— Terence McGuire (@TerenceMcGuire) June 30, 2014
— Terence McGuire (@TerenceMcGuire) June 26, 2014
Lyle Bunn is an independent analyst, adviser and educator in the dynamic place-based media industry and named one of the most influential industry people by the publication DigitalSignageToday. He is an expert in the planning, sourcing, implementation and upgrade of digital signage systems and place-based media.
http://t.co/vrnTT6gKeK YouTube Food Services Guidebook announcement.
— Lyle Bunn (@LyleBunn) March 4, 2013
You’ll enjoy reading Shelly Palmer’s latest book “Digital Wisdom: Thought Leadership for a Connected World.” I recommend it. Best yet…
— Lyle Bunn (@LyleBunn) February 8, 2013