Advertising production club to expand to 50 countries

The advertising production and promotion club, or ad club, will be expanding its headquarters to 50 more countries, according to the company’s latest annual report.

The club will have 10 studios in the U.S., three in Europe and one in Australia.

The company is now working with an ad agency in the United Kingdom, the company said. 

The ad club’s expansion comes after the ad club recently announced it would add a new international division that will be led by an executive from the company. 

As part of its expansion, the ad production club has acquired the rights to use and license images from more than 50,000 brands, including Coca-Cola, Adidas, Nike, Under Armour, Coca-Capita, McDonald’s, Pepsi, Pizza Hut and Zara. 

According to the ad group’s latest report, ad production was the top performing industry in 2015, with revenues up more than $300 million from 2014. 

Advertising companies also continued to thrive in the new year, with the group seeing a year-on-year increase of nearly 50 percent. 

In addition to the international expansion, ad producers and creative agencies are also expanding their scope, with brands such as Disney and Pepsi expanding their creative departments. 

Last year, the group expanded its international team to 20.

The ad production company is currently focused on producing a variety of content including documentaries, video content and web series. 

It will continue to expand the business, expanding into other areas of entertainment, advertising, consumer products and consumer marketing, the report said.