LuckyDodo, the entertainment platform known for its free lucky draws, has officially made its debut in Nigeria.
This marks a significant milestone in simplifying the process for businesses seeking valuable insights into the East African market.
LuckyDodo’s innovative platform, which includes its BI platform “Trends by LuckyDodo,” empowers businesses and investors with elusive data and insights into local market trends and dynamics, laying the foundation for sustainable growth.
LuckyDodo utilizes AI technology to collect data through an engaging free game, offering brands access to elusive consumer demographic and psychographic data.
Users actively participate in LuckyDodo’s lucky draw, providing businesses with real-time insights into consumer behaviour, not only about their own brand but also that of their competitors.
“In collecting data through our free lucky draw, we prioritize data privacy. LuckyDodo adheres to global data privacy standards, anonymizing and aggregating customer data before analysis,” said Mary Queenie Adam, co-founder of LuckyDodo. “We ensure explicit consent from users and employ advanced security measures to protect data confidentiality.”
LuckyDodo goes beyond occasional wins; it is a treasure trove of opportunities. Each day brings new prizes, ranging from high-tech gadgets and dream holidays to everyday essentials.
The platform ensures the prizes are as diverse as its user base, making it a daily destination for thrill-seekers and dreamers alike.
While users revel in the thrill of potential wins, LuckyDodo operates on a deeper level, serving as a goldmine of consumer data.
Each interaction provides invaluable insights into consumer preferences and behaviors, offering businesses a unique window into the market.
Originating from the digital soil of the DIFC Innovation Hub in Dubai, LuckyDodo is expanding its reach into the vibrant landscape of Africa.
This expansion is not just a business move; it signifies a commitment to bringing joy and opportunity to a diverse audience.
By tailoring its offerings to local tastes and partnering with regional brands, LuckyDodo aims to become an integral part of the African digital experience.
In essence, the startup is more than a platform; it is a celebration of possibility, a beacon of hope, and excitement in a digital world often marred by complexity and cost.
“By offering a plethora of prizes completely free, LuckyDodo is not just changing the game – it’s creating a whole new playground where everyone is invited to dream big and win big,” Mary Queenie Adam concluded.