Aleph and ShareChat partner to reach SMB companies across India

Aleph Group Inc., a leading global enabler of digital advertising, connecting thousands of advertisers in emerging countries with the world’s leading digital platforms, has partnered with ShareChat (Mohalla Tech Pvt Ltd), India’s largest homegrown social media company. Aleph supports the world’s leading platforms in 90+ markets across the globe where they don’t have a physical presence, enabling platforms like Twitter, Meta, Snapchat, and nearly 35+ others to expand into new markets and enabling advertisers to take full advantage of the platforms’ advertising capabilities.

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ZeroBounce launches India website

December 1, 2022

Email validation and deliverability company ZeroBounce announces the launch of its India website. The site ( processes customer data strictly within India, easing concerns about the country’s upcoming privacy laws. The new site is a result of user feedback and allows ZeroBounce’s customers the option to store and process all their data solely within India. ZeroBounce hosts all its related services in India, including the front and back-end website.

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ANZ earmarks $67B to accelerate net zero transition

December 1, 2022

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ANZ) said it had earmarked A$100 billion ($67.63 billion) to help its customers lower carbon emissions by 2030, as the lender looks to accelerate its transition to net zero. Part of the amount will be used for initiatives, which include facilitating concessional loans for businesses to buy energy-efficient equipment, and financing construction of energy efficient large-scale office buildings. Australia’s fourth-largest bank also said it would reduce exposure to its largest carbon-emitting customers that do not improve their emission transition plans by 2025.

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Social Commerce Struggles Due to Low Trust in Social Platforms

February 8, 2023

While retail media has been an unexpected success, its sort-of opposite, social commerce, has never met expectations.  This Simplicitydx survey explores why: the biggest problem is low trust in social platforms, which means people prefer to buy directly on brand sites.  Social shopping still has a role to play in product discovery, although social won’t always receive credit if the sale is completed elsewhere.

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