Avatar Ventures Corp. (OTCBB: AVVC) (“Avatar Ventures” or “the Company”) today announced the appointment of a new president and a new, expanded direction for the company beyond mobile marketing to online, social media and location-based marketing.
Voltair Gomez was named president and director of the Company, effective March 16. Gomez is an entrepreneur with experience in emerging technologies and public markets.
The appointment of Gomez follows the resignation of Jack Stevenson as president and director.
“We are pleased to welcome Voltair to our board of directors. With our current line of mobile marketing services and plans to add products in social media and online, Avatar is positioned to capture a unique position in the market for integrated marketing. Voltair’s presence on our executive team will be of great benefit as we execute theses plans,” stated Avatar CEO Zhen Chen.
“I look forward to expanding the Company’s direction beyond mobile marketing tools such as text messaging and mobile apps to a complete array of integrated marketing services,” said Gomez. “The Company recognizes that its clients are looking for every possible method to locate with potential customers through Google search or social media advertising, then engage these customers with websites and social network pages, and finally retain these customers with everything from email programs to mobile apps,” he added.
Over the next several weeks, Avatar Ventures Corp. expects to launch additional marketing products in online, social media and location-based marketing areas that will allow its small business clients to locate, engage and retain today’s mobile consumers in an efficient and cost-effective way.
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Voltair Gomez, 1.877.816.4580
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