Originally posted by Arthur P. Bloom:
If your building owner (and local code) allows, mount a 1" by 4" piece of lumber as a nailer along the route, fastening it securely to studs. Then you have a clean playing field to mount your hooks where you really want them, not just where the studs are. You can use pine or plywood ripped to the correct width. Paint it with fire-retardant paint.

The alternative is not to use hooks at all, but to mount a (metal) wire management tray along the route, and lay the cables in the tray.
Yeah, I'm sure that won't dig into the profit. Find the studs and mount accordingly.