According to today’s press release, citizens in twenty-six more countries can start catching Pokémon! Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, and Switzerland now have the app available through official app stores!
Forgive my harsh tone, but these two (and anyone else breaking and entering) for a mobile game need to reevaluate not just their current priorities, but also some major life decisions. Zoos are a popular place for Pokémon GO players to visit, the problem is that folks like Robin Bartholomy and Adrian Crawford broke the law by breaking into the Toledo Zoo in Ohio. Don’t let these bad apples spoil
A great article by Walter Chen titled “Pokemon Go Is Driving Insane Amounts of Sales at Small, Local Businesses. Here’s How It Works” published on Inc helps local business navigate the marketing frenzy surrounding the Pokémon GO craze. You need to read this article, then do a little in-game research and interact with players to leverage the momentum of this new app to bring in new customers! A local business in
In the Inc.com article Pokémon Go Comes to the Workplace, Tess Townsend talks about how employees of businesses big and small are getting distracted by Pokémon GO. The game has affected people in offices, retail shops, and all sorts of transportation services. But for the most part it has not detracted from people’s work quality or output, and has added a new form of camaraderie around the workplace.
UK Trainers, the wait is over. Pokémon GO is now officially available to be installed from Google Play or iTunes. Like our official Pokémon GO Facebook page to receive future notifications of updates and announcements. Original Post