October 20, 2019

Wouzi is available

Rick Lennie Garcia Gutierrez @ricklennie

After a few months I launched WOUZI.

WOUZI would be an app to look for automotive workshops in LATAM. But now it is a platform to monetize using audio advertising.

You can have sponsors who provide audio bullets and you can enter them on your website.

You can start right now

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