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DubLi Launches Co-Branded Partner Program

DubLi, Inc., a global marketing company that provides online shopping, travel and entertainment opportunities, today announced that it has launched a co-branded Partner Program for companies, organizations and charities worldwide to monetize the DubLi e-Commerce website.

The DubLi Partner Program is designed to allows businesses to co-brand DubLi’s e-Commerce platform. As a result, companies can capitalize on the continuous growth of global e-Commerce, while building and maintaining customer loyalty and retention. 

“The unprecedented growth in global e-Commerce illustrates how businesses increasingly rely on merchandising through the Internet,” said Michael Hansen, Founder, President and CEO of DubLi, Inc. “Online sales represent a tremendous income producing opportunity for all organizations regardless of their core business. Using DubLi’s existing ecommerce platform, organizations can effectively leverage their current customers into additional revenue opportunities. DubLi’s Partner Program model has been designed to grow website traffic and convert users to revenue.”

For-profit and non-profit organizations can register for the new partner program. Since its inception in June 2013, DubLi, Inc. has already launched multiple Partner Programs in Denmark, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Russia, Switzerland, the UK and U.S. Active partners include large international corporations, charities, sports clubs, churches, ministries, local non-profit organizations, individual schools and school districts, which use the program for fundraising efforts.

“We are encouraged by the early acceptance and adoption of the DubLi Partner Program and the interest received from a diverse set of companies and organizations around the world,” Hansen said. “The DubLi Partner Program supports brand and customer loyalty, encourages better retention rates, while providing charities with the necessary fundraising dollars and corporations with enhanced marketing and service offerings all while allowing their customers to continue doing what they are currently do online — shop and book travel.”



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