YouNet — Vietnam and South East Asia’s Leading Social Marketing Technology Company Partners Us!
YouNet is Vietnam’s Number 1 company in Social Marketing Technology solutions providing its service to more than 300 clients from various industries, including Fortune Global 500 companies: Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Samsung, Nestle’, Samsung, Honda, Prudential and Yamaha.
YouNet helps businesses to maximize efficiency and productivity through the application of Big Data into strategic business goals including:
- Digital Marketing Transformation
- Operations Transformation
- Customer Experience Transformation
- Automation Customer Engagement
- Social Media Listening & Analytics
- Social Innovative Marketing & Communications
Through this partnership with us, YouNet will help Airbloc and Airbridge expand its presence into key markets such as Vietnam and the wider South East Asia where there is remarkable growth in the prevalence and usage of mobile devices.
More specifically, this partnership will allow us to distribute Airbloc and Airbridge’s integrated Web and App SDKs to many of the companies YouNet is already working with in these key markets.
Airbloc and Airbridge’s Web and App SDKs are meant to provide enterprises with a full suite of solutions related to — data analytics, digital advertising, GDPR compliant data collection and monetization features, and data marketplaces.
About Airbloc Protocol
Airbloc redefines how data is collected, monetized and utilized. It does so by providing blockchain-based data infrastructure solutions for enterprises and applications to acquire, monetize and utilize data in a transparent and privacy-preserving manner. (www.airbloc.org)
Airbloc Protocol is led by ab180 which was founded in November 2015. Today, ab180 is in the business of digital advertising, big data analytics and blockchain technology. We help enterprises maximize their marketing ROI (returns on investments) through Airbridge and Airbloc which offers:
1. Marketing Performance and Attribution Data Analytics
2. Customer Data Platform (1st Party Data)
3. Data Exchange Infrastructure (2nd and 3rd Party Data)