- Product & Market Analysis
- Business Consulting
- Package Design
- Product Launching Execution
- Presentation Material Building
- Translations and Proofreading
- Marketing Planning and Management
- Sales Channel Development
- Inventory & Returns Management
- Trademark and Patent Assistance
TAKE YOUR BUSINESS TO THE NEXT LEVELDigital Aurum provides exceptional business development and marketing services and is a key link between software developer and retailer.
Developing effective distribution channels in computer software retail market can be very challenging, cost and time consuming. And whether you are planning to take your products to retail for the first time or expand your existing retail market presence in UK you have to make sure that you have a reliable, driven, professional partner to make this process easy, successful and effective.
Our experienced staff will work with you to produce a unique and effective solution that is suitable to your company and to your product. We will assist and consult you with all aspects of manufacturing, product branding, announcement, marketing and launch of your software. Our team will develop channel, sales and marketing strategies that will ensure a seamless transition of your software from the drawing board to the retail shelf.
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