CDCC joins Rooah! for a ribbon cutting ceremony
12/14/2018 11:30 AM
The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce was on site for a ribbon cutting ceremony at Rooah! on November 9. The event was held to celebrate the business’s new office located at 768 Townsend Road.
Rooah! provides website design, mobile application development, graphic design and digital solutions such as cloud computing and digital marketing. Its services extend to small and intermediate-sized businesses across the nation and to select countries in Europe and Africa.
“What we do at Rooah! includes partnering with clients to provide business solutions that are work force multipliers,” explained founder Robert Njoku. “We work to create innovative solutions that give life to project ideas, help publicize our clients’ vision online and create new jobs.”
Rooah! was created to provide solutions that increase online activity and traffic flow by partnering with clients to answer business needs online. The business’s goal is to solve real life problems using internet solutions like web and mobile application development. Utilizing support services such as web hosting, website management, web support, domain name registration, and graphic design. Building relationships with businesses that strive to excel in the internet era is the foundation of Rooah!
Rooah! is based in Central Delaware out of a need for services in this area. According to Njoku, surrounding communities tend to offer much more in the way of online solutions, and his team wants to be the nearby presence upon which local businesses can depend.
Contact Rooah! to learn more about how your community organization can partner with the team or ask about the website development plan called the SimplePlan. This “worry-free” service allows you to save time and stay focused on your business while Rooah! builds and manages your website. Call 302-233-7557 or visit rooah.com.
“The love to create and the love of what the internet makes available to everyone has ignited the fire inside of the Rooah! team,” explained Njoku. “The internet has made the world smaller and together we can create great things.”