Saturday, June 6, 2020

Adzooma opens up free access to support businesses


Adzooma, international digital and technology platform provider will be providing free access to their platform in a bid to assist businesses who are struggling to keep their online presence alive amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

The platform will now be available to companies that use Google, Microsoft or Facebook to showcase their business or services. Adzooma has also advised existing agencies and SME clients that their billing will be suspended during this period to help ease the load at these difficult times.

Rob Wass, Co-founder and CEO said, “It’s been a challenging time for everyone, with companies feeling the pinch and uncertain of their future. We felt the best way for Adzooma to support not just our clients, but all agencies and SMEs free of charge, in order to help companies through that drop and recovery”.

They commended and appreciated all the doctors, nurses, police, fire, teachers and delivery drivers who are risking their own health and wellbeing and acting so selflessly to ensure that the wellbeing of citizens is protected and well-taken care of.

“We all owe them our wholehearted thanks and praise. Similarly, global governments seem to be awakening to the challenge and making the big, impactful decisions that will support us all through this and into the future,” concludes Wass.

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