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Brazilian Agency Go4it Invests In Production System Keemotion

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 07 / 16

Brazilian sports marketing agency Go4it invested in Keemotion, an HD video content and production system that integrates social media. It is the third investment in less than a month by Go4it, which acquired stakes in TAPPP and Greenfly in late November. Keemotion's product is the world's first fu...

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