Ginko: The New App That Wants You to Toss Your Business Cards
Nick Schleuter the Chief Marketing Officer for Ginko, the one tap contact exchange mobile app that aims to reinvent how the world connects joins Enterprise Radio.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Mobile App Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Nick Schleuter discuss the following:
- What is Ginko?
- Is there a need for an app like Ginko?
- What makes Ginko stand out from competitors?
- Are business cards dead?
- What are Ginko’s plans for the upcoming year?
Nick Schleuter is the Chief Marketing Officer for Ginko, the one tap contact exchange mobile app that aims to reinvent how the world connects. At Ginko, Nick is responsible for structuring and developing the product’s user interface as well as executing the branding strategy for the Ginko brand. Nick’s journey into app development was inspired by his passion to offer consumers a product that is the future of business contact exchange. Outside of Ginko, Nick enjoys spending time in nature with his wife, playing hockey and leading the environmental transition to renewable energy in Michigan. Nick holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Michigan State University.
Ginko is the one tap contact exchange mobile app that aims to reinvent how the world connects. Ginko provides a streamlined alternative to managing relationships with antiquated business cards or contact managers that require a manual input of data. With the tap of a finger, Ginko customers share only the information they want with whom they want. Once users exchange contact information, all information is stored and automatically updated to reflect any changes in a contact’s email address, phone number, current company, job title or location.
To further improve the way that modern professionals connect, Ginko offers multi-party audio/video conferencing, chat, live broadcasting and social wall features. Ginko strongly believes in personal privacy and never grants third-party access to information stored by their users. The app is available for both Android and iOS and is responsive for both smartphone and tablet use.
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