June 9, 2018 – Graz.me, an independent service staff review platform, has announced its upcoming ICO for raising funds for further expansion. The ICO will kickstart in July 2018 and will offer Graz tokens for sale, an ERC 20 utility-based token that will allow customers to pay tips to the service staff in cryptocurrency mode.
The Graz token sale expects to raise $28 million for business expansion in North America, Europe, Middle East, North Asia, and Pacific. The funds raised will go towards the global expansion of Graz.me, which operates in the lucrative customer tipping market with an estimated market size of $1 trillion in 2017.
“Our vision is to uncover heroes amongst service staff and gain global acceptance of the Graz token as the default token for all service staff tipping,” says Dr. Keith Kueh, Founder, and CEO of Graciouz, the parent company of Graz.me.
As a global service billboard, Graz.me is about delivering recognition, respect, and gratitude for all service staff, and strengthening business reputation and branding on service delivery, and advocating customer purchases through service reviews. The review platform consolidates all customers’ reviews on service staff, offers feedback through business-related questionnaires, promotes great service through social media, and solicits customers’ tipping. Potentially, the service billboard means a common global platform where all businesses compete on service level endorsed by customers through reviews.
Graz.me has completed test marketing in Singapore with more than 50 business customers in different industries, such as retail, restaurant, technology distribution, hospitality, healthcare, engineering, consultants, and technology. Graz.me has a healthy sales pipeline and is looking at expanding its business overseas. Graz.me helps to bridge businesses, service staff, and customers through reviews with the expectation of delivering gratitude.
“Customers have good faith in our technology, and they have contributed substantially in our product roadmap and delivery,” says Dr. Keith Kueh. “To be successful as a technology start-up is to listen to customers and deliver a platform that helps to improve their business.“
“Graz.me has helped to bridge us closer to our customers and improve our service delivery,” says Mr. Anthony Lau, CEO of YFC, a Singapore based Fintech company with business emphasis in technology development.
“Graz.me delivers important messages from our customers directly to us, without any distortion or bias,” says Mr. Tan Ah Heng, business owner of Long Black Cafe, a cafe restaurant in Singapore.
Graz.me is the service review platform by Graciouz Pte Ltd with business emphasis for B2B and B2C companies. Graz.me allows customers to provide reviews on service staff, answer business questions, share reviews on social media, and facilitate customer tipping. Graz.me categorizes business customers according to the business industry and consolidates customer reviews to provide a competitive service rating for all businesses.
For more information, please visit: www.graz.me