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Three D Holograms and INOX set up glasses free 3D Network in Mumbai

09-October-2017
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Three D Holograms and INOX set up glasses free 3D Network in Mumbai

Dayal Thakkar - Managing Director, Three D Holograms Pvt Ltd., has come up with this idea was to provide rock solid Innovative medium for advertisers in India and to create value and maximum exposure for brands and services. Three D Holograms Pvt. Ltd has now announced a tie up with INOX Leisure Limited. These 3D Screens (without wearing any special 3D glasses) are 7Installed at 10 major locations in Mumbai, in the cafeteria area.

Speaking on the association, Anand Vishal - Vice President – Sales, INOX Leisure Limited says, “INOX is very happy to associate with 3D Glasses Free media and its display in INOX Locations. We hope the kiosks will create a WOW factor with our guests visiting our theatres.  We look forward to a sustained relationship with Three D Holograms Pvt .Ltd and wish them all the best.  The present stage is set where advertisers are looking at new innovations & ideas to reach out to a potential consumer & have maximum profit & constant increase in sales. Today Mr. Thakkar’s vision has paid off, & he is of the opinion for expansion of this wonderful technology to newer avenues.”

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