Father and 3 sons invent video business-card service

Father and 3 sons invent video business-card service

- An African-American family has successfully built the first-ever business video card service in history

- The service makes video business cards for firms to explain their works more vividly and share with a huge customer base

- So far, 1000 businesses have signed onto the service

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An African-American father Gregory Cherry, together with his three sons, have invented the first business video card service with which businesses can share their work through short videos rather than physical cards.

According to BlackNews.com, Gregory, the father of both Isaac and Isaiah as well as Gregory Jr had a tough time growing up.

He was diagnosed with dyslexia only when he was 12 years old. His brother was brutally murdered shortly after, which sent his life spiralling into misery.

He attests that the only time he was able to bounce back was when he had his first child and decided to live a decent life.

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Fast-forward to now, the family is now making it big in business by inventing a unique solution for small and medium-size businesses.

The users' businesses have access to a large directory of students, employees, unemployed people and other groups of potential customers.

Any business on the video card service has access to the enormous customer base who view the 'video-card' from wherever they are at any given time.

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So far, the family has successfully developed video cards for over 1000 businesses and still counting.

Gregory explains the concept behind the innovative business in the video below:

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In other news, Hajj Adam Babah-Alargi, a veteran engineer who has been instrumental in the building of several important structures in Ghana died at 92 years and had a burial ceremony.

It is reported that the Chief Imam of the nation, Sheikh Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu, oversaw the funeral, which was massively attended by many people from all walks of life.

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