01.Where can posters be put up?
In the city and commune offices, lists of posts and notice boards are available on which it is possible to legally hang posters. Poster in other places - both inside and outside requires the consent of the owner of the carrier, building or premises, otherwise it is illegal and carries criminal liability.
02.Distributing posters on public placements.
Pillars and other public placements are owned by the local government. Distributing posters on these placements is open to all. This means that anyone can place their poster on such a placement. B/ecause of this there is no guarantee of the exposition duration as the poster may be covered with a different one.
03.Distributing posters on private placements.
Private pillars and other placements are monitored and can be used for distribution only after agreeing it in advance with the placement's owner. Distributing posters on private placements gives the customer a guarantee that the exposition will last for the agreed period.
Postering prices may vary depending on:
- poster's size and quantity
- placement's type, quantity and location
- campaign's duration
05.How to plan the distribution of posters?
Poster's distribution should start a few weeks before the beginning of the promoted event. While planning poster's distribution, one should place a reservation on selected placements in advance to avoid the situation where desired placements are already taken. The distribution of posters should begin at least two weeks before the event. It is always a good idea to combine the distribution of posters on both private and public placements.