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  • DGTL Holdings (DGTL) has signed a lead order with one of the largest Asian airlines for its subsidiary Hashoff LLC
  • The lead order, valued at approximately $200,000, represents Hashoff’s entry into the Asia Pacific market
  • Hashoff will work directly with a team of micro-influencers to develop new media content for the customer
  • DGTL Holdings acquires and accelerates digital media, marketing, and advertising software technologies powered by artificial intelligence
  • DGTL Holdings (DGTL) is steady, trading at $0.31 per share

DGTL Holdings (DGTL) has signed a lead order with one of the largest Asian airlines for its subsidiary Hashoff LLC.

The lead order, valued at approximately $200,000, represents Hashoff’s entry into the Asia Pacific market.

It will be implemented as a pilot program on the Hashoff platform, where Hashoff will produce original paid and owned media for a global marketing initiative.

Hashoff is an enterprise-level content-as-a-service (CaaS) provider whose platform is built on proprietary AI and machine learning technology.

The DGTL subsidiary will leverage a global network of over 150 million freelance social media influencers using its #IAM Search & Discovery software. The search software will scan, rank, optimize and engage brand-appropriate micro-influencers to build an international team of social media content publishers.

Hashoff will then work directly with this team of micro-influencers to develop a new custom graphics library of both paid and owned media content using its #CreateMarketplace software.

This latest customer was connected with Hashoff through its newest reseller channel partner, Wideout AQA and its regional sales office located in the south pacific.

The customer has airport terminals around the world and is currently serving 31 domestic destinations and 54 overseas destinations in Southeast Asia, East Asia, Middle East, Oceania, North America and Europe.

Mark Macapagal, chief sales and customer success officer at Wideout, commented on the new Asia Pacific customer.

“This is just the beginning for our strategic partnership as we are now managing new client request inquiries from other major APAC brands on a regular basis,” he said.

This new lead order said the company in its press release on the topic, “is evidence of a global trend of major brands seeking strategically driven social media content.”

DGTL Holdings acquires and accelerates digital media, marketing, and advertising software technologies powered by artificial intelligence.

DGTL Holdings (DGTL) is steady, trading at $0.31 per share as of 9:33 am ET.

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