Invesprise LLC Announces Launch of Business-Oriented Online Video Platform: Vipleyo.com
Vipleyo.com represents the cutting-edge for businesses to connect with consumers, showcase their products and services, and to build meaningful relationships and networks among an engaged, discerning customer base.
PITTSBURGH, July 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Invesprise LLC (https://vipleyo.com) has announced the eagerly anticipated release of their newest project, the online video platform https://vipleyo.com. Unlike the myriad video sharing and streaming sites currently available online, Vipleyo.com will be free of the clutter and random content rendering so many video hosting sites all but useless from a marketing and consumer connection standpoint. The service was expressly designed with the goal of becoming the best online video networking platform for businesses and consumers: rather than simply hosting video content, Vipleyo.com will connect people, products, and brands in meaningful and actionable ways.
“When a company or a product turns to video and puts a face alongside their brand, they achieve two things no other form of advertising or outreach can,” said Kateryna Hammett, CEO of Vipleyo.com’s parent company, Invesprise LLC. “First, they prove they are genuinely committed to their products and services and are willing to stand behind what they offer. Second, it shows the company truly cares about the customer and takes them seriously as a person who deserves engagement and information.”
Beyond the opportunity for clear and concise sharing of product details and for the rapid development of familiarity and comfort with a brand, Vipleyo.com will also provide its clients a value-added service. “If a customer watches a company’s video using Vipleyo intending simply to learn about a product but he or she ends up gaining a greater appreciation and affection for the brand or company overall, that’s a win-win situation,” said Isaac Mulamba of Invesprise’s marketing department. “Content marketing is rapidly gaining traction, and the Vipleyo platform allows a business to both enhance their credibility and simply share product information all at the same time.”
While Vipleyo.com will initially be focused on video hosting tailored toward company-customer relationships, Invesprise LLC plans to expand and develop its offerings in the coming weeks and months. The brand will eventually also offer such services as one-to-one video chat, many-to-many video chat, live event streaming video, live chat forums, file sharing, picture sharing, Internet Search, Internet TV and much more. The goal of Invesprise LLC has always been to break down barriers between companies and their clientele, connecting brands and people in organic, impactful ways; Vipleyo.com represents their latest and most forward-looking avenue toward achieving those ends.
About Invesprise LLC & Vipleyo.com
Founded in 2014 and based out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Invesprise LLC serves clients across the country and around the globe. Their efforts, including the newly released Vipleyo.com video platform, have seen clients enjoy as much as a 200% return on investment thanks to enhanced marketing and outreach initiatives. Invesprise helps individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations connect with their base in meaningful and dynamic ways, employing every tool provided by video marketing, online services, social media, and traditional approaches to public relations. The company’s primary goal is to simultaneously enhance business credibility and consumer confidence.
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Pittsburgh-based not for profit organization, Humanity Projects, has announced the launch of its crowdfunding campaign on Crowdpress Crowdfunding platform to raise funds for victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
PITTSBURGH, Pa., October 20, 2017 (Newswire.com)
Tagged “Puerto Rico – We are with you, all the way,” the crowdfunding campaign launched by Humanity Projects on Crowdpress intends raise funds for victims of what has been regarded as the worst natural disaster on record in Dominica, Hurricane Maria.
The 20th of September 2017 is a day people in and around Puerto Rico and probably the rest of the world would wish never happened. This was the day Hurricane Maria struck, causing catastrophic damage and a major humanitarian crisis in the Caribbean island. Hurricane Maria has been described as the worst natural disaster to ever happen in Dominica and the tenth-most intense Atlantic hurricane on record.
A sustained wind of 64 mph (103 km/h) with a gust to 113 mph (182 km/h) was reported in San Juan, Puerto Rico. This was before the hurricane made landfall on the island which was followed by reports of wind gusts of up to 109 mph (175 km/h)at Yabucoa Harbor and 118 mph (190 km/h) at Camp Santiago. In addition to powerful wind gusts, very heavy rainfall was also recorded across the island, peaking at 37.9 in (962.7 mm).
While it might be said that the rest is history, the effect of Hurricane Maria on areas like San Juan have been devastating. The widespread flooding in San Juan caused several structures in the areas to lose their roofing. The coastal neighborhood of San Juan, La Perla, was also terribly affected by the hurricane, with families and businesses losing their belongings. Areas like Cataño experienced extensive damage and almost 80 percent of places like the Juana Matos neighborhood were destroyed.
Humanity Projects, in a bid to rehabilitate the affected areas in the island, aim to help families and businesses get their lives back, and in the spirit of giving, launched the crowdfunding campaign with the goal of raising a total of $1,000,000 for the victims.
While necessary government authorities and agencies like the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority and the Federal Emergency Management Agency are trying all they can to restore and rebuild affected areas, more support is still needed from well-meaning individuals and the general public.
About 19,000 civilian and military personnel are supporting the federal relief mission, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.The Army Corps of Engineers is also installing power generators and temporary roofs to damaged structures, while FEMA approved a $70 million assistance package for the Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority for emergency repairs.
The $1,000,000 crowdfunding goal will go a long way not only to help restore, recover and rebuild the impacted areas, but to also send a strong message to the victims of this disaster that they are not in it alone. “The theme of the campaign, Puerto Rico – We are with you, all the way, says a lot,” said Jones Alexis, Public Relation of Humanity Projects.
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