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By Pascal Lauria

Cogia gained Memo News contract for the Bayreuth festival


Dear companists,

Our crowd investing campaign was launched on December 13th December 2016 and showed very positive results from the outset, meaning that we have already reached our investment threshold of 100,000 Euro. We would like to sincerely thank all 332 of the companists, who have supported us with a total amount of 149,260 Euro. Step by step, we are getting ever closer to the financial target of 300,000 Euro and we would be happy to receive further investments. Our crowd investing campaign will run until 01.12.2017.


MemoNews AG offers new Social Media Management packages in Germany and Austria.

As of this week, Memo News AG is offering three new Social Media Management packages. In this way, the well-qualified and experienced team at Memo News are comprehensively taking over the social media communications of their clients.

75 percent of all German companies use social media for internal or external communication according to a representative survey conducted on behalf of the digital association Bitkom. These companies have long recognized the manifold possibilities of social media for expanding their product and brand images and for increasing visibility and range on the internet. However, most small and medium-sized enterprises do not have sufficient free capacity to handle this by themselves.

Also, most of the owners of restaurants, hotels and retail stores have already dared to take their first steps into the social networks. But after a few weeks, their posts become increasingly rare, communication dries up, fans and successes fail to appear and the operator loses interest. The page is dead. This is where Facebook, Google+, Twitter or Pinterest can be used efficiently for corporate image, marketing purposes and even for increased sales.

MeMo News AG has recognized the problem and has developed three new packages "Social Media Management for Beginners", "Social Media Management for gastronomy, hotels and retail" and "Social Media for SMEs". These enable MeMo News AG to unburden companies in terms of their social media communications with their fan communities and promise product, brand and customer connection, increased levels of attention and recognition, image maintenance, increased range, customer relationship management and the winning of new clients.


The Bayreuth Festival has been won as a new client

Also this week, Memo News was able to win the Bayreuth Festival as a client. They were just so convinced by our Memo News tool that we were immediately able to conclude a three-year contract. We are looking forward to yet another successful collaboration.


Cogia wishes all the companists a very merry Christmas

The Year End is a particularly exciting time for our company. Since the start of the campaign, we have been able to attract three hundred new investors and we look forward to attracting even more. We would like to thank you for all your investments and for the many successful moments that we have been able to experience with you and hope that more such experiences will follow in the coming year! Our sincere thanks - may we wish you a wonderful and relaxing festive period and a lively start to the New Year in 2017.


Kind regards,

Pascal Lauria


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