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Marco Valentinsig

Marco Valentinsig is a renowned Italian Entrepreneur who is here to change the dynamics of digital marketing. Born in Friuli Venezia Giulia, Northern Italy, his work is highly appreciated in the field of marketing and communications. His is the founder of Beliked which helps in the creation of a a diverse advertising business that is known for its peculiarities from the standard web agency.

Every day, Marco Valentinsig works hard to expand his work and growth not only in the Italian market but also to build partnerships around the world.

Since Marco started out as an entrepreneur, he has brought a big change in the world of marketing. Adding to his list of creation and Achievements is his emoji project. Recently, Marco Valentinsig launched another international first, an emoji marketing project under Beliked. With this project, Beliked will soon be able to provide a personalized emoji service declined in different uses.

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About the same, Marco says, "We have already implemented several emoji communication strategies for many big brands." Soon, Marco will reveal the names with which big brands he has signed this promising project.

Every day, Marco Valentinsig works hard to expand his work and growth not only in the Italian market but also to build partnerships around the world. While growth of Beliked is important to him, he also wants other businesses to adapt to new methods of working. Marco believes that new advertising format that are created are more feasible to work. But some communication agencies are still using the old and unstable format which is resulting in their decline.

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Marco Valentinsig says, "The network that revolves around Beliked is now made up of professionals from all over the world and I believe that between now and the next two years we will see a clear gap in the market for what concerns advertising. Companies are no longer turning to communication agencies but to marketing professionals."