We've created a kiosk marketing platform for small business to increase revenue through retention, appreciation, communication, and goodwill. You can see the product in action at www.Nlocation.com. Since reaching small local businesses is challenging, we've toyed with network marketing to get this to market rather than direct to market. Does anyone have any thoughts on the best way to reach the small local business? We're very open partnerships or any other arrangement as long as they're mutually beneficial. It really boils down to we can create useful tools for business, but sales and marketing is not something we excel at.
I am from Nigeria. I live in Kano. Kano is the centre of commerce of Nigeria and west Africa in General. I am very good in marketing, rebranding system, business plan, business analysis, financial analysis and other field of business.
I have over 15 certificatecertificates in business and over 7 years experience in business. I am currently studying to be chartered accountant and manager.
I have business idea in local business of kano city. I want to work with you to establish
I have experience in both B2B marketing as well as network marketing for this type of app.
Email me at Austinal700@gmail.com and we can arrange a phone call
Your Idea is a great one.
I'd advise you liase Your team develop a range of methods to market your product and At Least implement 70 per cent of all methods developed. You might never know what would work for you, but I doubt if network marketing would work except if there are some kind of incentives.
You can reach me for more discuss.
We have a marketing business in Cameroon and we can advertise to our customers is it free
oh really how does it work?
Scott, I'd like to learn more - please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in scheduling a phone call.
Best regards, Anna Keeberg