#Eazi-Apps Offers Exciting Mobile App Business Opportunity

Eazi-Apps, a Leicester-based company, is proud to offer customer-built iPhone, iPad, Android and mobile web apps specifically tailored for small businesses. The apps are powered by a robust and sophisticated platform that allows businesses to connect with their customers via their mobile devices, and generate more business.

Eazi-Apps is now offering the opportunity to anyone who wants to setup their own mobile app business, to leverage the Eazi-Apps brand and technology. They do not need any technical or design skills and can deliver powerful and robust mobile solutions. Zakir Daud, the founder of Eazi-Apps, is no stranger to digital marketing. As an Ex-Director of a national online marketing platform for small businesses, he has already built a large franchise network to help businesses gain visibility in the digital world.

Daud said: “With over 700 million smartphones shipped in 2012, up 43 per cent from 2011, the market is wide open as the majority of small businesses do not have any mobile solutions in place. With all their customers being mobile, it is increasingly important for businesses to have a mobile presence and we are perfectly placed to fill this need.”

Many small businesses are already benefiting from the Eazi-Apps service including, restaurants, accountants, solicitors, hair salons, health spas, publishers and many more.

Daud continued: “I am using all my knowledge and past experience to help individuals set themselves up in business in a really exciting space. With 75 per cent of the world’s population mobile subscribers, the mobile app industry forecast to grow by over 1,000 per cent by 2015. Using our technology, small businesses generate customer loyalty, repeat business and most importantly, a return on their investment. What is really exciting is that we can deliver these solutions at very affordable prices!”

If you are interested in starting your own Mobile App business, click here to find how Eazi-Apps can help you hit the ground running.