Singapore-headquartered influencer marketing and media company Gushcloud and uFluencer Group has entered into a barter agreement to further expand their respective networks.
Gushcloud told Marketing, the deal will allow the company to tap on uFluencer’s large influencer network outside Asia particularly its strong network in United States and United Kingdom.
In return, uFluencer will be able to connect with Gushcloud’s clients and influencers from the five Southeast Asian countries it currently operates, namely Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand.
uFluencer Group is a global agency with expertise to develop and manage some of the biggest names in social media, especially YouTube. That include personalities like Carli Bybel, Judy Travis (ItsJudyTime), Shannon Harris (S haaanxo) and Lindy Tsang (Bubzbeauty).
Althea Lim, chief marketing officer of Gushcloud said, “We are thrilled to be working together with uFluencer Group and to be steps closer to building the leading influencer network in the region.”
Gushcloud, which is a subsidiary of digital marketing group Yello Digital Marketing, said it’s looking to increase presence in more countries within Southeast Asia. The company said plans are underway to open a new office in Korea by September this year, while Vietnam and Japan’s office is expected to start operating at end of this year.