Milan Marketplace Signs Two New Partners to Network

Kirkland, WA – Milan Marketplace is happy to announce the signing of two new media partners to their local mobile advertising network. The Daily Targum, the student-managed daily newspaper for Rutgers University, and KP Search/Towns Connected, a hyperlocal online company connecting local shoppers throughout Long Island and Queens with local businesses and offers, have both signed on with the Milan Marketplace marketing platform.

“We are very happy to welcome these two great partners to the Milan network,” said Kyle Tanouye, founder and CEO for Milan Marketplace. “This is truly a win-win partnership as it allows us to continue to expand our footprint in the region and it provides Targum and KP Search the ability to introduce their products to the rapidly growing mobile audience.”

Milan Marketplace provides advertisers with a nimble mobile marketing tool that will allow them the ability to easily change offers, run offers that are time specific - driving traffic when they need it, and set offers that make good business sense.

Users simply download the free app and they will be able to search for local businesses through categories such as; food, drink, arts, entertainment and shopping, just to name a few. Businesses will be listed based on proximity to the user, utilizing GPS technology, and include directions, complete contact information, and money saving offers.

Milan Marketplace, Inc. headquartered in Kirkland, Washington, is a rapidly growing mobile technology company serving markets throughout the US and Asia. Milan provides advertisers and marketing partners a unique technology platform that allows local businesses an inexpensive way to attract shoppers with targeted messages in nearby areas through the use of location-based (GPS) technology in mobile phones.