Outdoor

Advertising

Nottingham

With a population of over 311,00 and a variety of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, as well as markets, pop-ups and festivals, Outdoor advertising in Nottingham is great city reach a large and niche audiences and with over 50% of the population being under 30, it’s one of the youngest cities in the UK.

Situated in the East Midlands Nottingham has a great history of mythology & industry with its bicycle and tobacco industries. Nottingham is packed with creativity, history and culture, and in 2015, the city was named a UNESCO City of Literature – one of only a handful in the world.

why advertise in nottingham

Students

over 60,000 students.

Tourism

Over 10 million people visit annually

Exposure

2 million bus journeys per year along busy roads.

Population

The Greater Nottingham population is over 688,300

Economy

The Greater Nottingham Local economy generates over 42 bn

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Bus Advertising

From advertising on the side of buses to advertising on digital bus stops Nottingham offers advertisers the ability to reach a variety of formats with which to reach demographics ranging from students to ABC 1s and everything in between.

Billboard Advertising

From Outside the National Ice Centre & on Glasshouse St billboard advertising in Nottingham offers advertisers a variety of locations, digital & print formats and creative opportunities to reach any target audience.

Tram Advertising

Nottingham Express Transit allows advertisers to reach right into the heart of this lively and affluent city, giving you great coverage and high frequency.

Reaching every major borough and town within Greater Nottingham area, like rail, advertising on Nottingham's tram service gives advertisers the opportunity to communicate with their audience for extended periods of time utilising a variety of advertising formats.

Rail Advertising

By utilising city centre train stations such as Victoria and Piccadilly and a variety of local stations its possible to reach any audience ranging from tourists to commuters utilising both traditional and digital formats.