AskNano officials pay courtesy call on LEKMA assembly — Kasapa102.5FM
Officials from Ask Nano, a new business listing app have paid a courtesy call on the LEKMA Municipal Assembly in the Greater Accra Region.
The visit to the Assembly was important as LEKMA was being used as the initial catchment area for its pilot.
Led by Nour Nader, Director of AskNano, the team on Thursday, October 21 met with executives of the Assembly to formally introduce the App and its impact on the municipality to the team.
Speaking at the meeting, Nour Nader said the App is a one–stop solutions platform which allows users all over Ghana to promote their businesses and services.
“AskNano provides you with a platform through which users can find all the above and many more within seconds. Asknano embraces all types of businesses from Small scale enterprises to bigger companies within their app, one would no longer have to go around asking throughout their neighbourhood for inaccurate and biased advice. You can market your business and can handle your multiple Businesses under one account.”
She added that “The goal of AskNano is to provide Ghanaians with a worry-free life by handing them all the knowledge they need to be able to live the best comfortable life. AskNano is here to help you interact with your friends and your customers via chat to give the best service. All users need to do is search the service they are looking for, and they will be provided with a list of all the companies and businesses that can opt for the service requested.”
The visit was also a follow up to BRAVE’s initial commitment to the Assembly some months back to help find solutions to the unemployment situation in the area.
Tracy Owusu-Addo, Founder of BRAVE added that, “to reduce unemployment in the country and to motivate entrepreneurs, signing up on to the AskNano app will provide opportunities to business owners to get access to their target market.”
AskNano provides benefits around discoverability, Search Engine Optimization improvement, stronger reputation, and improving local visibility.