Pune 16 march 2017 : Pune based Start up Bluemark a product oriented mobile application development company found in October 2016 has launched Ablifree is a next-generation mobile application that facilitates smart business networking, efficient and effective business development and keeps every businessman or professional up-to-date with highly relevant business activities and opportunities around him/ her .Technically, Ablifree is aLocation based business card sharing mobile app which also accumulates hyper-local feeds generated by active business associations across cities. Therefore, Ablifree is a smart tool for every professional to get connected to professionals and relevant businesses around him. Ablifree is for everyone and its free!
Speaking on the occasion Managing Director Sanjay Landge , Executive Director Govind Sadamate and R&D Head Rupesh Gosavi said that very often in big exhibitions especially in Mumbai , Delhi , Bangalore and now in Pune we are one of the thousands of visitors . It is difficult to locate people who have come from our sector or are of our interest. This application will help you exactly to overcome this and connect with the people of same business interests or sectors. . So in short it facilitates hassle free and automatic exchange of business cards at events such as conferences, exhibitions, seminars etc.You get to know about professions and business offerings of other users around you wherever you go.Ablifree keeps you updated with the activities around you related to your industry sector. It shows you all the business related places, associations and other relevant entities along with their details.Ablifree is a digital representative of your business wherever you go.
A business card exchanged means:
Ablifree helps you to share your visiting cards with maximum people around you.
How does it work?
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