Swansea is a coastal city in Wales with an approximate population of around 247,000, making it the second-largest city in the country. Once known for copper-smelting and a port that exported food, drink, textiles and coal, the city is now focused on service industries such as public administration, education, health and banking and finance & insurance.
Swansea is a popular tourist destination for visitors thanks to its legendary nightlife and recently developed SA1 area. There are lots of interesting attractions and places to visit including the National Waterfront Museum, Clyne Gardens and The Liberty Stadium which is home to Championship football club, the Swans.
There are lots of shopping opportunities in Swansea including the historic Swansea Market, which is the largest covered market in Wales. Visitors can find hundreds of stalls selling all kinds of wares including fresh seafood, jewellery and leather goods. The city is also known for its unique Italian influence meaning there are plenty of great Italian eateries including pizzerias and ice cream parlours.
Swansea has two universities, the University of Swansea and the University of Wales Trinity Saint David which are collectively home to around 32,000 students.
Swansea is a charming and lively city, making it a fantastic choice for businesses to advertise in the local area.
Of all people who live and work in the city with advertising sites across the busiest parts of town
With classic billboards and bus shelters on key routes including Mumbles Road and Fabian Way
With bus shelter advertising in areas such as the University of Swansea
Using bus shelter advertising near the busy Parc Tawe and Quadrant shopping centres, in addition to Swansea Market
With socialite digital screens across key leisure and entertainment spots
We see Outdoor advertising as hugely valuable though in terms of it raising the visibility of a particular product or our Creative Learning offering and rely as much on anecdotal responses from customers and staff as actual sales measurements (e.g. I’ve seen it everywhere!” comments).
Head of Theatre Business Marketing at Wales Millennium Centre
If you need help raising the profile of your business in Swansea, we can help. At Clear Channel, we're proud to offer a wide range of outdoor advertising sites across the busiest parts of the town where you can reach up to 98% of all people who live and work in the city. Whether you're looking to target students, commuters or shoppers, we're confident we have the perfect solution for you.
To help you engage with commuters, we have classic billboards and bus shelters on key routes into Swansea including Mumbles Road and Fabian Way. Our bus shelter advertising is wide-reaching across the city and covers areas such as the University of Swansea, allowing to communicate your message no matter the time of day. If it's shoppers you're looking to reach, you can take advantage of our bus shelter advertising near the busy Parc Tawe and Quadrant shopping centres, in addition to the popular Swansea Market.
As well as billboards and bus shelter advertising, we operate socialite digital screens across key leisure and entertainment spots such as pubs, bars and supermarkets. We have prime advertising space at Sainsbury's Quay Parade meaning you can catch shoppers at the point of purchase.
Our local experts in Swansea are armed with a wealth of knowledge and will identify strategic locations to advertise key messages to your customers in the most cost-effective way. You can rely on us to provide a quality and results-driven service every time.
We're proud to work with local businesses such as councils seeking to drive behavioural change, local companies using directional advertising and local retailers wanting to increase footfall. If you'd like to grow your business with out-of-home advertising in Swansea, get in touch to see how Clear Channel can help you achieve your advertising objectives.
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