Electronic shops Avanca, Saygus, Steelseries, and Contour suffered immense financial crises after their income descended and customers began to migrate. With an unthinkable result that caused devastation, the underrated electronic firms looked for a solution by marketing themselves to the public. They all found advantage and success after investing in the media company known as News Watch. News Watch is as the name suggest, related to media and providing news to the common person and including the business’s field. They are affiliated with the eminent CBN news, as well as National Geographic. Their goals are to provide information and market businesses to others so that the company they assist gains acknowledgment and fame, thus resulting in customers and a rise in income. They have over time created a name for themselves and their own sense of fame as many companies have expressed their admiration in speeches and put in a word returning the great favor. News Watch has been involved with continuous customers such as Sony, Intel, and D-Link in efforts to keep their businesses in the public’s line of sight.
As less prominent companies including the ones mentioned earlier, the electronic selling companies that need immediate assistance saw an increase in finances, greater sales of their items, and more customers, thanks to News Watch’s advertisements. One of these businesses, Contour is a Utah based business selling sports gear, and more notably their sports cameras. After a decrease in income and fleeing customers, they invested in News Watch who instantly regained just as many customers and more in a very short time span.
In addition to quick and efficient exposure, Avanca (another electronics seller that requested help) was attempting to raise money for the Indiegogo Crowdfunding Campaign. With a deadline fast approaching, it seemed it wouldn’t be met until News Watch spread their word. As a result, they gained donators and more money than expected for the original campaign.