Anie Akpe, founder of Innov8tiv.com (a dynamic web source for technology news, resources and innovation, with a special focus on the entrepreneurial advances of Africans on the continent as well as in the diaspora), has launched Networq, an app that allows you to share digital e-cards on your smartphone.
If you at an event or a meeting and you are asked for your business card, you no longer have to say you “forgot”, “ran out” and worse, miss an economic opportunity that may help you scale your business. According to Akpe, her app helps you stay prepared to meet business opportunities by easily allowing you to create a digital e-card version of your business card that you can take around with you in your smartphone.
“NetWorq App is a social discovery app, and it was developed with one thing in mind, ‘one-click connectivity,” said Akpe in a press statement to Ladybrille.
The tech entrepreneur explains that the app also offers options to design easily professional looking digital e-cards that you can share via SMS, email or on social media, an events section within the app which allows you to share events that you are attending, automatically, with your network, easily import information from Twitter, Facebook as well as contacts from your smartphone. The app also allows you to connect with event attendees on social networks like LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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