JustUs Digital Marketplace has launched a mobile application where black-owned businesses under the National Pan-Hellenic Council (The Divine Nine) can market their products and services on a unified digital marketing platform.
The recently launched mobile app will deliver a more convenient access point to JustUs’ expansive vendor digital marketplace and its directory of entrepreneurs, retail chains, and black-owned businesses.
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As more retail platforms adopt mobile applications to reach a broader customer base, JustUs Digital Marketplace’s new mobile app introduces an innovative platform for Divine Nine-licensed entrepreneurs to showcase their products and services.
Recent data from E-marketer research showed that consumers across several demographics spent an average of three hours and 47 minutes daily using mobile applications and just over 23 minutes on websites. The results point to mobile apps’ higher potential to help a business attract more customers than websites and digital platforms.
With the introduction of its mobile app, JustUs Digital Marketplace presents an additional medium for minority businesses to increase sales, generate more leads, and enter new markets.
The digital marketplace’s consumer base spans several demographics, including professionals, homeowners, travelers, and college-educated individuals. This opens vendors to large group of potential customers committed to supporting Divine Nine entrepreneurs and black-owned businesses.
Currently, the app’s diverse range of listed products includes accessories, apparel, stationery, purses, jewelry, and leather goods from black-owned businesses under the different Divine Nine sororities.
Its user interface showcases available products in slideshows that are easy to navigate while giving customers complete access to business directories for quick transactions.
Divine Nine entrepreneurs who wish to advertise their businesses on JustUs Digital Marketplace will need to fill out a simple business ad application form via the company website. To complete their registration, entrepreneurs must provide business owner information, a mailing and business website address, and details of all available products for sale.
About the Company
Developed by Marie Linda Page, Soror of the Divine Nine and CEO of Warm and Tote LLC, JustUs Digital Marketplace aims to support Divine Nine entrepreneurs and black-owned businesses by creating marketing opportunities through the mobile app.
A company representative said, “Supporting black-owned businesses is more than a sale. It requires access to cost-effective, targeted marketing tools that lead to exponential growth. Consumers often spend a lot of time on their phones, so we created this app to provide prospective customers with a convenient and secure personal shopping experience.”
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