Roolife Appointed as Digital Marketing and e-Commerce Partner for SLG’s COLAB Dry Shampoo in China

  • May 28, 2020 AEST
  • Team Kalkine

Australian -based e-commerce and digital marketing company, Roolife Group Ltd (ASX: RLG), powered by its hyper-personalisation Artificial Intelligence (AI) System, has announced to have been appointed as  the exclusive digital marketing, sales and distribution partner in China for UK-based beauty and wellness company, SLG Brands, for its COLAB Dry Shampoo brand.

  • COLAB Dry Shampoo is sold in 37 countries and is expected to have strong market appeal in China.
  • The 3-year contract to deliver $2.5 million in topline.

RLG shares were up 4% on ASX trading at $ 0.024 (as on 28 May 2020, AEST: 12:43 PM)


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