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Taxiads is a Smart for Advertisment

Why TaxiAds is a Smart for Advertisment

Advertising media in taxis is a new medium that has gained strength in the marketing field. Nowadays, companies are faced with various obstacles in conducting promotions. The out-of-home advertising industry has been growing strongly in Indonesia. Traditional outdoor advertising includes billboards, posters, wallscapes, digital bulletins all have benefits but none of them can match the…

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BVR Property Bali Wins a Pair of Awards

BVR Property Bali Wins a Pair of Awards

We were featured in Times Indonesia, the creative news mainstream online media in Indonesia for receiving the prestigious awards from Dot Property and our expansion in taxi advertising in Bali! Entering its third year, The Dot Property Awards honors the best real estate firms in Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines. This year the awards are will…

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Plastic Bags to Leave Denpasar for Good

Plastic is one material that is considered difficult to decompose. Normally, plastic items can take up to 1000 years to decompose in landfills.

According to data from Indonesia Aromatic and Plastic Industry Association (INAPLAS) and Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS), Indonesia ranked second as the largest contributor to plastic waste in the world in 2018. 64 million tons per year of plastic waste produced by Indonesia.

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Palu Earthquake and Tsunami

Palu Earthquake and Tsunami 2018

A 7.4 SR earthquake hit Donggala City, Central Sulawesi on Friday (28/9) evening. By Indonesian Meteorological, Climatological, and Geophysical Agency (BMKG), this disaster was categorized as shallow earthquake and was potentially followed by tsunami. Three minutes after the earthquake, 1.5 to 3 meters height tsunami swept Palu, Donggala and Mamuju City to hundred meters. This destroyed all of the buildings, broke the telecommunication network, shut the electricity, and, based on report by Head of Indonesian Information Data and Public Relation Center (BNPB) on Sunday (30/9), killed 832 and injured 799 people.

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