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Eyekandy releases new ‘MetaStores’ platform for the Metaverse

Eyekandy, one of the world’s leading Augmented Reality (AR) Providers for Commerce, today announced its MetaStore service for retailers and brands.

Retailers and brands will be able to simply deploy custom stores and sales campaigns into the metaverse to advertise or sell digital items, such as NFTs, using the service. For a marketing world still figuring out what the metaverse is and how it may be of most advantage. Metaverse projects can be a significant cost and distraction.



Eyekandy represents a one-stop-shop for retailers and brands to test and learn all things metaverse

Eyekandy is a one-stop shop for merchants and businesses to try out and learn about all things metaverse without having to go into the nitty gritty of how to do it right.

“Launching successfully in the Metaverse is a complex, multidimensional project,” said Richard Clarke, Head of Metaverse & NFT’s at Eyekandy. It’s a brand-new, cutting-edge technology and sales and marketing channel. In addition we’re learning and experimenting on our brand and retail partners’ behalf so they don’t have to.

There are a variety of Metaverses to choose from, as well as a variety of ways to get started. 3D asset development, NFTs, digital real estate purchases, community administration, content moderation, merging digital and real-world merchandise, and much more all require careful thought, planning, and execution.

Brands and retailers require our assistance. In addition with our experience in 3D and AR creation and syndication, this is an organic expansion of our business.”

Eyekandy represents a one stop shop for retailers and brands who want to experiment in the Metaverse

Eyekandy gives retailers and businesses a one-stop shop for trying out the Metaverse without breaking the bank.”

Metaverse is a network of socially interactive 3D virtual environments. Since Facebook’s statement in October that it would rebrand to META. Almost every brand in the world shown interest in it. In the last three months alone, Nike, Samsung, Ralph Lauren. Moreover a slew of other companies have launched Metaverse ventures to sell digital goods.

“Our initial ambition has always been to alter the way the world shops through AR,” said Scott Lester. This is now progressing to truly altering the way we shop. In addition Eyekandy has invested in digital real estate across the metaverse, and our metaverse locations’metastore.x’ and ‘brandstore.x’ will allow our partners to engage and explore with us in this new digital frontier swiftly and simply.

Brands must be where the next generation of buyers are – they are already shopping and buying in the Metaverse.”

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