Diaframma and Mark TV merge to create Diamark

Published on: 29th January 2018

New Italian company aims to usher in a new era of communication.

Diamark, born from the merger of two production companies with extensive experience in the world of TV commercials, says its objectives are to grow and flourish in terms of innovation, quality and competition in the global market.

After many years of fierce competition, the owners of both companies have decided to come together to commence a new project, that, through scalability, will enable the company to invest in new technologies across all sectors of content creation.

Diaframma and Mark TV & Communication both bring 40+ years of experience in the field to the new merger, as well as different expertise and skills in the many categories each covers. The merger aims to further improve the effectiveness of the TV commercial sector, and kids content in general, in an ever-changing market.

Pino Marchi, president of Diamark, commented: “We’ve created Diamark by combining our professionalism, our hard work, our enthusiasm and our love for the work that we do with our team. The result is a single production house, and a company of true industry experts.”

Duccio Abolaffio, co-founder of Diamark, added: “We have a five year plan to build and reinforce the leadership in our market with constant investment in the best equipment and talent available. We are always looking for high value partnerships to provide high quality TV commercials, that turn views into sales for our customers.”




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