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AU | John Hu Migration Consulting |Being an Information technologist, yet have no idea where to immigrate?
Are any of your friends or yourself talented in information technology? Did you ever come up with the trouble of having no work chances in Hong Kong, therefore considering immigrating elsewhere? The most knowledgeable responses and advice in this aspect come from John Hu Migration Consulting, which will provide any suggestions you want to know. Follow the YouTube channel John Hu Migration Consulting. Let them sort out anything you need or want to know for you and get your immigrating plan fully prepared!\n\nImmigration relates closely with Information Technology\nIT professionals are highly desired in many immigration programs in Europe, America, Britain, and Australia, according to John Hu Migration Consulting after summarizing their prior experiences. They have a lot of opportunities to work and start businesses, so if one decides to immigrate to these nations, it will be rather simple. Every sector is deeply impacted by IT, including those addressed recently such as big data, cloud computing, Internet, etc. However, job prospects are few in Hong Kong as a result of the market here being relatively small and limited. Contrarily, in foreign nations like Silicon Valley in the United States, Canada, and Australia, where the relative demand for IT skills is higher, there are more employment prospects and even more opportunities for professional growth. As a result, there is a trend in Hong Kong where IT professionals are hoping to immigrate to other nations in order to expand their company and careers.\nIn which countries do IT professionist benefit the most?\nIn reality, IT professionals are treated with tones of benefits wherever they go. For instance, certain start-up businesses can apply to the Startup Program in Canada. Additionally, Canada is geographically adjacent to the United States, making it very easy to expand into the US market. Another example can be Australia, a recent immigration initiative called Global Talent Independent (GTI), which is also highly well-liked by IT experts, was introduced. The application of this immigration program may be approved in a short period of time—roughly half a year, clearly proving how convenient it would be to become a permanent resident. In conclusion, IT professionals are in a position to apply for immigration with complete benefit.\nAny suggestions for people who are planning for immigration?\nThe recommendation made by John Hu Migration Consulting is that IT professionals pay close attention to producing a CV when applying for immigration since this resume determines the highlight of your IT achievements. IT professionals can apply for skilled immigration as well as entrepreneurial immigration. IT talents really do have an advantage if they pick entrepreneurial immigration because it is relatively simpler to successful appliaction and you can incorporate your personal IT talents and business ideas.\nIn addition to the immigration guidance that John Hu Migration Consulting provided to IT talents, he ultimately indicated that if certain IT friends felt that there was little room for IT growth in Hong Kong, they may expand their career outside of the city. Greater advantages might result from this, whether in terms of employment or commercial potential.\nInformation of John Hu Migration Consulting\nFor many years, John Hu immigration consulting have offered a range of immigration visa services to customers in Australia, Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and European nations, including skilled immigration, family immigration, investment immigration, and entrepreneurial immigration. In addition to offering free phone evaluations, they only accept qualified candidates, ensuring their success and earning them a positive reputation among their clientele. They offer a wide range of services to satisfy the demands of their clients in the immigration field, including international immigration and relocation services, education, job searching, company establishment and acquisition overseas, as well as other expert services.\nThis article has been reproduced in text with the permission of the Youtube \nJohn Hu Migration Consultantiing\n\nProperty investment is a long-term game and planning is the key. Watch \nmore videos\n for a better decision!\n \nTo receive more \nproperty information\n relating to the UK, Canada and Hong Kong,\n sign up to our newsletter\n at the bottom of this page.\nFollow us on:\n👉 Facebook:\n https://www.facebook.com/Denzity.io\n \n👉 Instagram:\n https://www.instagram.com/denzity.io/\n \n👉 LinkedIn\n:\n https://www.linkedin.com/company/denzity\n \n# \nDisclaimer\n
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Canada | John Hu Migration Consulting | Start-Up Visa Client Shares Her Profit-Making Experience
Many people believe that migrating to another country is difficult, and starting a business is even more difficult, meaning that doing both at the same time would be extremely challenging. Turns out, as long as you have the correct method and suitable guidance, even beginners can earn money through start-up migration. John Hu Migration Consulting invited a client of theirs who applied for a Start-up Visa to share her experience with migration and setting up a business in Canada. Keep an eye on the YouTube Channel of John Hu Migration Consulting, where you can find answers to your enquiries regarding migration.\n\nWhy Start a Business Solo?\nWhen most people think about starting a business, they think of forming a team and working together with a group of people. However, Askew, an applicant for the Canadian Start-up Visa, chose to fly solo. She decided to start a business by herself because of her decisive personality, which made her more suitable to work alone than be a team player. Besides factors regarding personality, John Hu from John Hu Migration Consulting suggested that it is better to find teammates that know each other well and can complement one another to form a genuine team. On the other hand, forming a team with unfamiliar people will drastically increase the risk of failing as the failure of one person is enough to bring down the entire team. If a team member suddenly bails or decides to quit, the chances of being rejected while applying for a Visa would be much higher. \nDifficulties and Help Received When Starting a Start-up\nThere are many hurdles on the road to setting up a business, and Askew believed that one of the big challenges, when it came to starting a start-up, was changing from the mindset of a regular nine-to-five employee to that of an entrepreneur and coming up with a business plan. Fortunately, she was able to receive assistance from John when she was devising her own business plan, and in the process was able to recognise her target customer and revenue source. Besides help from John, a business incubator from Canada also provided her with useful insight into the Canadian market, such as the opinions of Canadians and the local culture, which deepened her understanding of the market. As starting a business is a long journey, there are a lot of goals that need to be accomplished on the way. Therefore, the business incubator would do a regular review every twelve weeks to make sure that everything was right on track and certain key performance indicators (KPI) were met, such that achievements could be made step by step instead of needing to meet a big target at the start.\nAnother obstacle in starting a business would be one’s mental strength. Askew mentioned that when it came to launching a start-up, your determination would be your own motivation as no one would urge you to submit your proposal or tell you what the next meeting would be about. Therefore, it is imperative to have a burning passion and love for what you are doing for you to carry on and improve. Or else, it would be easy to become lazy and lack any motivation.\nProgress in Seven Months\nWithin seven months, Askew had finished setting up a website mainframe, acquired the proof of concept in the business plan, tested the feasibility of the business proposal through interviews, and even developed the minimum viable product (MVP) of a learning platform. During her trial processes, she also found some clients and was able to generate income.\nSettlement Service from John Hu Migration Consulting\nIn the process of migrating to Canada, Askew used the settlement service provided by John Hu Migration Consultant, and was lucky to get help from Chris, a settlement assistant in Vancouver, who not only aided Askew in finding a place that was near her office to live in, but also answered Askew’s enquiries regarding living in Canada such as if there were any public transports near her house, the transition of car licenses, quarantine arrangement, etc. Chris also recommended a list of apps for ordering takeaways to Askew. As living in Canada is basically as convenient as living in Hong Kong, Askew didn’t do much special preparation before migrating there.\nJohn Hu Migration Consulting information\nJohn Hu Migration Consulting is a leading immigration consultant in Hong Kong who pride themselves on providing unsurpassed migration and visa processing services for clients who wish to migrate to Australia, Canada, the UK or the US. Through such an advanced network, the specialist immigration consultant team at John Hu in Hong Kong assures seamless pre and post-application services for every client. These services include but are not limited to, the arrangement of exploratory trips to a destination country, education, and job seeking. Their expert team is well versed in assisting with the set-up of international business, acquisition of an overseas business, or any other business affairs.\nThis article has been reproduced in text with the permission of the Youtube channel John Hu Migration Consulting.\n\nProperty investment is a long-term game and planning is the key. Watch \nmore videos\n for a better decision!\n \nTo receive more \nproperty information\n relating to the UK, Canada and Hong Kong,\n sign up to our newsletter\n at the bottom of this page.\nFollow us on:\n👉 Facebook:\n https://www.facebook.com/Denzity.io\n \n👉 Instagram:\n https://www.instagram.com/denzity.io/\n \n👉 LinkedIn\n:\n https://www.linkedin.com/company/denzity\n \n# \nDisclaimer\n
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AU| Live In Au | How to avoid scams while building your dream house by Jeff
One of the trendiest themes in recent years is relocating to Australia. In Australia, owning a house has been the norm. Jeff, an Australian resident of Hong Kong, will guide you through the difficulties of home construction and how to avoid them, as well as demonstrate for Hong Kong residents who have never lived in an individually-owned mansion before. Pay attention to Jeff’s Live In Au channel on YouTube and earn some tips from Jeff on how to avoid scams while building a house in Australia!\n\nDriving for around two hours north of Brisbane will take you to NOOSA, a mansion and vacation hotspot that is well-known among Australians.\nHouse Construction Process\nStep 1: Foundation – Estimating water level, anti-termite device\nStep 2: Structure – Plumbing, wiring installation of the house\nStep 3: Exterior Walls – Finishing with Walls, Doors, Windows\nStep 4: Renovation – Installing Wardrobe, Kitchen features, Cabinets, Flooring\nStep 5: Finish – Minor Details, Paints\nAvoiding scams\nScam 1: Details that contract package is not included – driveway, garden, garage, floor, window, window net, air conditioner, fence, physical mailbox\nScam 2: Provide less than you need – the contract has included certain items, but the supplies of these items are found to be insufficient, for example, an air conditioner and a few light bulbs are not enough for the whole family to make use of at the same time.\nScam 3: Keep quiet – construction workers may not tell the owner that after making minor changes in some spots, in fact, some other places should also be changed accordingly.\nScam 4: Being lazy and cheap at the same time – eg. Having it being a relatively cheap house, the builder built the roof with poor insulation materials and cut corners.\nSharing by a 20-years experienced senior builder\nQuestion 1: There are many different builders in the market, how should I select whether who should I hire?\nAnswer: There are a host of factors. First, the builder’s flexibility. Many builders on the market offer rigid services; for instance, they can only afford a certain number of pre-designed units. It’s very hard for them to modify anything, if you want to. The second is communication. Without effective initial communication, the entire process will not be pleasant from the moment you enter the builder’s office. Third, the build’s financial information. The builder must be a reputable business that can guarantee nothing will go wrong and that the client’s money is secure. Fourth, transparency. It is important to explain the entire procedure to the client when they speak with the builder. There are no unanticipated fees. It is crucial for the customer to know about their ultimate fee they are going to pay for.\nQuestion 2: If a client hires you as a builder to build a house, how would the whole process be like?\nAnswer: There are several procedures involved in building a house. The client will first provide us with some basic requirements, a baseline budget, and other details. Next step would be Concept and design. At this stage, we will provide the client with the proposal of the project plan of the entire house, including materials and specifications. The price at this stage ranges from three to five thousand Australian dollars, although there is a chance that it may be refunded to the client or subtracted from the overall cost of the contract in the end. This is a fee associated with the construction procedure, instead of an additional cost. The contract will be signed when the customer approves the aforementioned price and design. Along with the construction timeline and payment schedule, the contract includes all the details that were agreed upon with the client. The completion of all design documentation, including architectural and engineering drawings and other paperwork required by the local administration, is the following step. Next off, waiting for approval . After receiving the approval from relevant authorities, the eagerly anticipated building process starts, with pictures being taken to update the clients on its development. It takes approximately five to eight months to complete the construction work. The settlement phase is the last. The house keys are handed over to clients and they are free to move in once the construction process and exterior work, such as driveways, gardens, etc., are completed.\nQuestion 3: What should be paid attention to in terms of contract content?\nAnswer: The contract follows a well accepted structure. For instance, our company won’t add any terms and will solely use the contract given by Master Builder. The client should pay close attention to the contract’s construction timeline. The builder will have to pay for a fine if the proposed construction date is surpassed and yet the work hasn’t been completed yet.\n1.7 million mansion VS 400,000 cottage\n1) 170,000 Mansion\nTotal land area of 1100 square meters\nIndoor area of 700 square meters\nPrivate swimming pool\nPrivate gym\nGarage for four cars\nSuper high floor to ceiling distance (two and a half floors)\nDue to its proximity to the water (river/lake/sea), the owner has a private marina and yachts\nPrivate garden with three kitchens\n2) 400,000 people-friendly detached houses\nTotal land area of 600 square meters\nIndoor area of 250 square meters\nFour rooms in total\nGarage for 2 cars\nTwo bedrooms\nDining room connected to an open kitchen\nWindows on both sides can be opened, allowing convection effect\nLayout is relatively simple\nPrivate wardrobe in master bedroom\nJeff explained in detail the possible building scams in addition to talking about the house-building process with clients based on his own personal experience. He also invited experienced builders to share their knowledge in building houses. The disparity between a 1.7 million mansion and a 400,000 cottage was also given as an example. In the end, Jeff offered a special discount – providing free-of-charge services to assist foreign customers in monitoring the construction process so that clients could still pay attention to the subtleties of house construction while they were abroad.\nLive In Au information\nA Youtube Channel managed by Australian property management and real estate expert Jeff, who is interested in investigating properties and studying leisure of life. Viewing Australian properties in terms of environmental planning, design taste, user perspective and daily life, etc., while revealing some “exclusive” information that ordinary real estate agents will not tell their clients. Jeff’s main roles are Brisbane and Gold Coast property management, estate agency and tenancy management.\nThis article has been reproduced in text with the permission of the Youtube \n謝夫澳洲看房生活頻道 Live In Au\n\nProperty investment is a long-term game and planning is the key. Watch \nmore videos\n for a better decision!\n \nTo receive more \nproperty information\n relating to the UK, Canada and Hong Kong,\n sign up to our newsletter\n at the bottom of this page.\nFollow us on:\n👉 Facebook:\n https://www.facebook.com/Denzity.io\n \n👉 Instagram:\n https://www.instagram.com/denzity.io/\n \n👉 LinkedIn\n:\n https://www.linkedin.com/company/denzity\n \n# \nDisclaimer\n
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UK | BN撈 | Saving up to a few hundreds by choosing electricity billing method wisely
Migrating to the UK has become a trend. In addition to considering the city where you are moving to, you must also consider various expenses of daily life. Nonetheless, many ex-pats to the UK are unaware of the local electricity billing model. Keep an eye out for the YouTube channel \nBN撈\n, where Ms. Ying, who has moved to the UK, will explain the different types of electricity billing models in the UK.\n\nContent of the Electricity Bill\ni) Tariff name and type\nii) Payment method\niii) Ending time for the tariff\niv) Exit fee\nv) Average usage \nDifferent types of Electricity Plans \ni) Standard Variable Tariff\nMost common type\nElectricity companies can adjust charges based on market prices\nii) Fixed rate energy tariff\nFixed charge per kWh\nNot affected by market prices\niii) Duel Fuel Energy Tariff\nElectricity and coal use the same power company\niv) Pre-payment energy tariff\nPower up with a stored value card\nv) Economy seven energy tariff\nElectricity charges vary according to time of day\nvi) Economy ten energy tariff\nElectricity is charged differently according to different time periods (the time period and Economy seven energy tariff are slightly different)\nvii) Capped energy tariff\nElectricity companies set maximum tariffs in contracts\nviii) Green energy tariff\nProduction capacity in an environmentally friendly way\nFees are usually more expensive\nYou should have understood the UK electricity billing model better after watching this video. Friends who are about to or just moved to the UK can see which fee model best suits your requirements and make changes wisely.  \nBN撈 information\nThe name of the channel “BN撈” means that we Hong Kong people, as British National (Overseas) integrate into British culture and life, and hope to have better life. The word “撈” is a Guangdong word that Hong Kong people often talk about, and we want our next generation also speak Cantonese. So the channel is named “BN撈”.\nBN撈 will share with you some clips on how to integrate into the local British culture, and continue to carry forward the spirit of Hong Kong people in different places, knowing how to drink, eat and play. Due to the limited power of one’s own efforts, netizens are also welcome to provide information that can help other Hong Kong people integrate into British culture.\nThis article has been reproduced in text with the permission of the Youtube \nBN撈\n.\n\nProperty investment is a long-term game and planning is the key. Watch \nmore videos\n for a better decision!\n \nTo receive more \nproperty information\n relating to the UK, Canada and Hong Kong,\n sign up to our newsletter\n at the bottom of this page.\nFollow us on:\n👉 Facebook:\n https://www.facebook.com/Denzity.io\n \n👉 Instagram:\n https://www.instagram.com/denzity.io/\n \n👉 LinkedIn\n:\n https://www.linkedin.com/company/denzity\n # \nDisclaimer\n
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Canada | John Hu Migration Consulting | Strategies For Buying Canadian Properties
Many clients with direct PR aren’t sure whether they should invest in Canadian real estate. The property price in Canada’s two largest cities, Toronto and Vancouver, has increased rapidly in recent years, yet people who don’t have a Canadian passport or Maple Leaf Card still need to pay an additional fifteen to twenty percent of the property price. John Hu Migration Consulting invited Terence to explain this situation and the investment on Canadian real estate.\n\nFactors of the Increase in Canadian Property Price\nReal estates in Toronto and Vancouver, the two biggest cities in Canada, are popular due to its appreciation potential instead of its rental returns. Although Ontarioes, like Toronto, are under lockdown due to the pandemic, their property price increased significantly in the past year. The real estate market in Toronto is now more similar to that in Hong Kong: property developers “share the property”, people are willing to line up overnight, properties are often sold out quickly, and reactions to property sales are always enthusiastic. On the other hand, the average transaction entry price in Vancouver has reached 1.5 million Canadian dollars. In order to satisfy local demand, the real estate markets in both Toronto and Vancouver are becoming more active. Factors people consider while investing in real estate include interest rates, quantitative policies, stock market volatility, or winning money and turning into an investment. All these factors have caused property prices in Canada to continue to rise.\nCommon Delay in the Construction of Canadian Real Estate\nConstructions are often delayed in Canada, especially in Toronto because of two reasons. First, the working hours of Canadians are much shorter than those of Hongkongers. Second, for six to seven months each year, Toronto is covered by thick snow and wind, stopping construction work from following the original schedule. And because constructions are often completed later than expected, short-term users should never buy long-term properties. On the other hand, due to the better weather in Vancouver, its constructions’ delays are not as severe as in Toronto.\nNon-Canadians, Be Aware of the Additional Fee!\nIf you do not hold a Canadian passport or Maple Leaf Card, you will have to pay an additional 20% stamp duty for shopping properties in British Columbia or an additional 15% for overseas properties in Ontario. In terms of receiving properties, Ontario and Toronto offer two methods. The first method is interim closing, which allows you to move in before paying the remaining fees. The second method is final closing, which requires you to pay the remaining fees before moving in.\nConclusion\nCanadian property developers require clients to pay 35% of the cost before the construction is completed, so the Canadian government allows people to borrow 65% of the property price with mortgages, so the risk is relatively low for investors. However, because the cost of investing in real estate in Canada is still very high for Hong Kong people without Canadian identity, Terence advises them not to buy Canadian properties.\nJohn Hu Migration Consulting Information\nJohn Hu Migration Consulting provides professional services for investment, entrepreneur and skilled migration to Australia, New Zealand, Canada, United States, United Kingdom, and other European countries. The firm has a professional team of registered and experienced immigration attorneys and consultants to serve its clients well.\nThis article has been reproduced in text with the permission of \nJohn Hu Migration Consulting\n.\n\nProperty investment is a long-term game and planning is the key. Watch \nmore videos\n for a better decision!\n \nTo receive more \nproperty information\n relating to the UK, Canada and Hong Kong,\n sign up to our newsletter\n at the bottom of this page.\nFollow us on:\n👉 Facebook:\n https://www.facebook.com/Denzity.io\n \n👉 Instagram:\n https://www.instagram.com/denzity.io/\n \n👉 LinkedIn\n:\n https://www.linkedin.com/company/denzity\n \n# \nDisclaimer\n
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謝夫澳洲看房生活頻道 Live In Au | Home Renovation Guide for New Immigrants in Australia
In recent years, moving to Australia has become a popular trend and many immigrants often purchase a local property as their new home. However, compared to Hong Kong, home design and renovation for Australian homes is challenging in its own ways, namely: the larger living space, higher cost of furniture, and the size of furniture. Jeff, a part-time youtuber who works as a full-time real-estate agent in the Brisbane and Gold Coast area, shares his valuable advice for home renovation below. \n\n– How to choose the right furniture?\nChoosing the right furniture in Australia that fits your budget, body build, and style can be a challenging task. \nFurniture sold in Australia is often targeted at locals, who on average have a larger body build. Therefore, many furniture shops will sell sofas, chairs, desks, and other furniture that are too large for some immigrants. To mitigate this problem, Jeff personally endorses the brand ‘West Elm’. It is a brand that sells value but high quality furniture that suits the typical Asian body build. \nColor is also an important consideration when purchasing furniture. Furniture shops will often use a similar color palette between different lines of products. By limiting your preferred furniture shops to less than 3, it will be much easier to match the color of your furniture. In addition, one should consider designing a color palette before purchasing any furniture. A well thought out color palette should consist of 1-2 primary colors and 2-3 secondary colors. Jeff personally chose to paint his walls with white paint as it is easy to match other colors with white coloured walls. He then chose wood color as his other primary color as he loves wood furniture. If you are stuck when designing your color palette, one source of inspiration will be to take inspiration from one or a few continuous pages of a magazine. \n– How to decorate your home?\nAs homes in Australia are often much larger compared to what you may be used to, decorations are essential to maximize the comfort of the space.\nMost Australian homes have an open kitchen. As the benchtop is often located near the center of the open area, it is often the focal point of the home. Therefore, one should consider adding a unique chandelier there. \nThe most common lighting systems are in-ceiling lights and track lights. The latter is recommended for more flexibility regarding the position and number of lamps. In addition, dimming knobs (dimmers) can be easily added for additional flexibility. This can make it easier for you to create the right atmosphere for different moments and events at your home.\nOther than lighting, plants should be used both indoors and outdoors. As Australian homes are quite large, integrating plants into your indoor design is practical. Greenery is proven to reduce eye strain and improve the level of comfort of your home and is therefore highly recommended. In addition to placing plants indoors, climbing plants can be planted on fences and walls that surround your home. This will improve the view of your windows. You may also consider planting edible plants like mulberry in your garden. Planting is still an option even if you don’t have a field in your garden by using large pots.\nLast but not the least, artwork is also a great way of decorating your home. Jeff took the initiative to paint a few paintings during lockdown. These paintings integrated both western and chinese elements and are hung on his wall as a decoration. \nHow to save money during your renovation?\nAs Australian homes often have a much larger area and a lower cost per square ft., there is generally no need to go for space saving designs like artificial ceilings and tailor made drawers like one would in Hong Kong. Instead, by spending the money on off the shelf furniture, one will be able to budget more for high quality furniture that improves your quality of life. As off the shelf furniture is often easier to be taken apart, you may be able to bring your furniture with you as you move homes in the future. This will save you valuable money in the long run. \nWhen renovating, one should also focus on renovating the parts that are directly visible like tabletops, shelf doors, and taps; one should cut costs by keeping the large scale structures like the skeleton of a shelf.\nIn addition to choosing how to renovate, you should also be aware of the special discounts many Australian furniture shops offer. It is common to see discounts as steep as 30% off. Some have even seen discounts as great as 90% off in the past. These discounts often come during the end of the financial year for companies (usually around June) and during the Christmas shopping season. If you can take advantage of these discounts, you will be able to save a lot. \nAlthough furniture in Australia is usually expensive, you should be wary that low quality or aesthetically unpleasing furniture is not necessarily cheap while furniture that you like may be of reasonable price as well. Therefore, you should prioritize buying furniture that meets your needs.\nConclusion\nIn conclusion, there are different priorities when planning a renovation for your home in Australia and Hong Kong. As long as you take the tips regarding choosing furniture, decorations, and the best ways to purchase furniture, you will be able to execute a successful indoor renovation within your budget and improve your quality of life.\nLive in Au information\nJeff is a professional real estate agent serving the Brisbane and Gold Coast areas. He was born in Hong Kong and lived in a subdivided flat until he purchased his first property in Australia. He hopes to use his professional experience to highlight industry secrets that homebuyers should be aware of.\nThis article has been reproduced in text with the permission of the Youtube Life in Au.\n\nProperty investment is a long-term game and planning is the key. Watch \nmore videos\n for a better decision!\n \nTo receive more \nproperty information\n relating to the UK, Canada and Hong Kong,\n sign up to our newsletter\n at the bottom of this page.\nFollow us on:\n👉 Facebook:\n https://www.facebook.com/Denzity.io\n \n👉 Instagram:\n https://www.instagram.com/denzity.io/\n \n👉 LinkedIn\n:\n https://www.linkedin.com/company/denzity\n # \nDisclaimer\n
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