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iKala Acquires KONTENT Marketing to Strengthen Influencer Marketing Strategies

iKala announced today the acquisition of KONTENT Marketing, a Taiwanese digital marketing company specializing in KOL marketing, digital ad placement, and content production and planning. The acquisition will strengthen the growth of KOL Radar, iKala's AI influencer marketing service, by combining KONTENT's extensive content production services with iKala's AI influencer data marketing software-as-a-service (SaaS) and one-stop influencer marketing services.
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iKala Announces Appointment of Tsuchiya Ryuji as Country Manager of iKala Japan

iKala, Asia's leading Human-Centered AI company headquartered in Taiwan, announced today that Tsuchiya Ryuji has been appointed the Country Manager of iKala Japan Co., Ltd. Along with the announcement, the company also pledged to significantly expand the number of global influencers on its AI influencer data marketing platform KOL Radar to one million before the end of 2022.
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iKala Announces New Executive Leadership Team to Accelerate Business Growth in Asia

iKala announced today that it has appointed its Chief Business Officer, Vivian Yen, as Chief Operating Officer and that Boice Lin, former General Manager of Merkle Taiwan, has joined iKala as Head of Global Business Development & Commerce General Manager to support the steady growth of its multinational teams and accelerate the expansion of its footprints in Asian markets such as Taiwan and Japan.
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Taiwan's Government-backed AI Company iKala Supports Japanese Brands Succeed in Taiwan with Data-driven Influencer Marketing

iKala announced plans to expand its footprint in Japan at today's Taiwan NEXT BIG Award Ceremony while receiving the honour from President Tsai Ing-Wen.
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Social Commerce surges in Southeast Asia

Growing digital usage, greater adoption of social shopping technologies and a global pandemic has accelerated social commerce in Southeast Asia, a new study by iKala found.
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