Snupit to attend The Royal Agricultural Show 2018
This year, the Royal Agricultural Show in South Africa will take place from 25 May to 3 June 2018 in Pietermaritzburg. The show is the biggest mixed agricultural show in Africa, with extensive entertainment programmes and a wide range of public-interest exhibits.
Snupit will be part of the royal show, putting up an exhibition stand throughout the length of the 10-day event. Here, Snupit will help customers post quote requests as well as help businesses that want to grow with Snupit business leads.
Avinash Samlall, Founder and CEO of Snupit, expressed his excitement over the event. "We're excited to announce that we'll be exhibiting at the Royal Show in Pietermaritzburg and we hope that you can join us. We will have a booth on the exhibition floor in Hall 6 and we'd love to meet you in person.
"The customers and business professionals using our Snupit app are special. We want to meet you, hear feedback, and share stories about your experiences. We'll even have some special prizes."
Snupit's attendance at the royal show is in keeping with the company's desire to help local businesses. Small businesses are the cornerstone of the economy and with the power of the Internet, business owners can take advantage of the increased opportunities for leads generation to find new customers easily and quickly. The royal show is an excellent avenue for connecting with local professionals and business owners, and introducing them to the benefits of being part of Snupit.
Samlall further explained the benefits of meeting up with Snupit for businesses. "For businesses and professionals meeting us face-to-face, they will take away things like:
* "Deeper understanding of the Snupit app and how it can help your business grow;* "How to improve your trust factor, improve your profile and win more customers;* "How to maximise your online marketing ROI; and* "How to grow your business the smarter way for your size and budget".
All in all, this translates into a very healthy business exercise, set at the backdrop of the biggest agriculture show in Africa. Agriculture remains an important sector of the South African economy, so Snupit's attendance here can be seen as a positive contribution to the country's economy.