PRAGUE, Czech Republic — Emailing an individual in rural Czech Republic can be a tough proposition, particularly when there is no internet access.
That is especially true for the rural population who can only access the internet through cell phones.
But in a country where you can go online for free, how do you find a way to get the word out about a particular issue?
That is where Combined Public Communications, or CPC, comes in.
The startup aims to be a solution for the average citizen in rural regions who wants to share their thoughts and opinions with the wider community.
Combined Public Communication is one of the first startups to launch in Czech Republic and the Czech Republic is a country that has always prided itself in its social media presence.
The country boasts an impressive network of social media platforms that has helped the country stay on top of new trends.CPC’s platform, which was launched earlier this month, allows users to send tweets, text messages, and email to people in their communities.
For example, if you have a personal email address for someone in your community, you can send a message to them via email.
CPC also has a Facebook and Instagram page that allows users post photos and videos of themselves that they have posted to their social media accounts.
While the platform is still in its early stages, the Czechs social media network has already garnered more than 9,000 likes.
The startup is currently looking for a lead developer who can help the company grow and attract new users.
The team will be working with various agencies and companies in the Czech region to help make the platform a success.
Czechs social network has been growing rapidly since its inception.
Currently, the platform has over 5,600,000 followers.
The company hopes to expand to other regions in the future.
In fact, CPC is already looking to expand its presence in the U.S.
Cpc is also hoping to raise $50,000 for the first round of funding.