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BlueFox opened its new office in Utrecht-Netherlands

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BlueFox_logoThe leading European content provider for digital screens recently opened BlueFox B.V. The subsidiary is a 100% daughter company of BlueFox in France and is located in the city center of Utrecht in the heart of The Netherlands, close to Amsterdam. The city is known to be a pole of innovation and emerging technologies. Guillaume de La Tour, president and chairman of BlueFox and BlueFox B.V. describes its activities as follow “The Netherlands has a strong, internationally focused economy and business community and offer a favorite climate for R&D activities. And this is exactly the environment that we were looking for. BlueFox B.V. will focus on two main activities: 1. Develop the European and International markets from a sales perspective. 2. Be the BlueFox innovation lab.” BlueFox is steadily growing and stays on the way to further expansion, with the objective to deliver the most compelling and effective content to its client’s screens. New developments, like the BlueFox webshop that will officially be launched at ISE 2013 in Amsterdam, make it more and more easy for all kind of digital networks to access high quality content at an affordable price. And with the integration of new technologies such as the automatic image cropping, BlueFox is continuously innovating the market.

BlueFox B.V office in Utrecht-NetherlandsBlueFox offers high value “off-the-shelf” and customized content solutions for the global dooh market, from feeds to video footage and creation of entire custom content channels. The company is the only content provider that is working worldwide and proposes its content in more than 20 languages. BlueFox serves all verticals and markets with eye-catching and relevant content for all target groups, easy to integrate into all digital signage systems.

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