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Property Industry Foundation is delighted to welcome leading advertising company, oOh!media as our national partner.

oOh!media will be showcasing the Property Industry Foundation’s new brand launch and upcoming events across 500 screens in cafes, office lifts and lobbies as part of a six-week campaign to raise awareness for our work building homes for at-risk and vulnerable youth.

We welcome oOh!media as our exclusive advertising partner at upcoming Charity Regattas in NSW, VIC and QLD, as well as NSW’s 25th Anniversary Dinner and Tour de PIF NSW and VIC.

“This pro bono partnership is a natural fit”

“At oOh!media our company value of Making Public Spaces Better is more than simply a statement for us; as a business we are deeply invested in the communities within which we operate – both the land that we build our advertising assets on and the people who benefit from and see that infrastructure every single day.”

Noel Cook, Chief Commercial & Operations Officer oOh!media

“A partnership with the Property Industry Foundation is a natural fit for that commitment; the very wellbeing of Australia’s young people is significantly impacted by insecure housing, not to mention their access to and ability to participate fully in their education, a workplace or the community at large – so, supporting young Australians to have a place to call home builds stronger and better communities. It is a practical way that oOh!media continues to make public spaces better every single day.”

oOh!media is a pioneering media company changing the face of the Out of Home industry in Australia and New Zealand. Their extensive network of more than 37,000 digital and static asset locations includes roadsides, retail centres, airports, train stations, bus stops, office towers, cafes, bars and universities.

They create engaging environments that aim to inform, entertain and inspire citizens; and contribute to the funding of important public infrastructure. This is reflected in their company purpose of making public spaces better.