How Repro is taking the initiative to support the tourism industry in this Covid-19 outbreak
Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the tourism industry has taken a pretty massive hit in the past few weeks. With airlines being grounded and lockdowns being declared in some countries, revenue has been falling sharply for these businesses.
Amid the outbreak, Repro, a leading SaaS marketing firm, is offering a scheme for these companies affected by the outbreak to support their marketing efforts in a very cost-effective manner.
Their marketing platform allows businesses to collect users’ behavior data and engage with their customers across different devices. Allowing businesses to provide updates and deal with the constantly changing situation of the pandemic on the go.
"When we talk to our clients in the tourism industry, we can feel how bad the tourism industry was getting affected by Covid19 and it pains me to see our favorite airlines/hotels taking such a big hit. So we wanted to do something to give back to the industry that we are constantly enjoying without a second thought. We believe with our technology and consulting expertise, we are able to help relieve the burden faced by these businesses.
-Satoshi, CRO of Repro APAC
They are currently providing 6 months of free marketing platforms and consulting services to 5 businesses in each country for free. If your business is in the tourism industry, do not hesitate to reach out to them.
Offer: Free 6 months marketing platform plan + Consultation services*
Countries: Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia
Eligible until: October 2020
*Terms & Conditions apply
Repro is a Customer Engagement Platform that helps to drive Engagement and Growth for businesses' websites and mobile apps. Repro has on-boarded over 7,300 applications across multiple industries and services, and through their analytics and cross channel tools, comprehensively improved the revenue of their client's businesses.
In 2019, they expanded into the South East Asia region had recently raised $27 million Series C funding from investors from YJ Capital, SBI Investment, NTT Docomo, KDDI, DG Daiwa, and JAFCO.