|By Marketwired .||
|May 19, 2014 09:31 AM EDT||
The company of high-quality select wines is looking to expand their growth as well as their online gross revenue through the marketing expertise of Blast Applications, especially through its related iPhone app.
The Just Wine Group, also distributing in Hungary and Austria, generated over 5 million dollars in gross revenue last year. Its increase of this year's first quarter recorded sales already portends another successful year. Started in 2004, distributing through its eBay store, Justwine S.p.A came into being in 2011 to better capitalize on the most recent developments in marketing techniques. The company is registered at the Rome Companies Registration Office with the Economic Administrative Index n. RM-1299446 and its legal head office is in:
Pietro Aretino, 69
00137 - Rome, Italy
The Justwine trademark was registered by the Italian Patent and Trademark Office on 16.08.2012
Lorenzo Buffi, president of Justwine S.P.A., explains the move into the U.S.A.: "We have been expanding over the last two years. During my travels, one of our associates mentioned Mr. Dino Luzzi's company and highly recommended his expertise in apps developments and marketing strategies. After only two meetings it became very obvious that working together with Blast Applications would be very beneficial for Justwine."
Blast Applications will work with X Factor Digital Marketing in order to attract and convert traffic to each of the sites. "The US wine market exceeds $20 billion per annum and Just Wine model could take a considerable share in the US market," says Tom La Vecchia, President of X Factor Digital Marketing.
Blast Applications, Inc. is a marketer and developer of applications for mobile phones with a unique opportunity to monetize the web surfer's dedication to social media sites through applications and websites. www.blastapplications.com
Forward Looking Statements This release contains "forward-looking statements" and information provided by Blast Applications Inc., which may involve risks, uncertainties, assumptions and other factors, if they do not materialize or prove correct, could cause Blast Applications Inc.'s results to differ materially from historical results. It may also include statements of belief; and any statements of assumptions underlying any of the foregoing.
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