About Luigi Cappel and SoLoMo Consulting

SoLoMo Consulting is a business launched in August 2012 to provide consultancy to people and companies wanting to know more about the implications of Location Based Services, GPS, Proximity Based Marketing, Social Media and Mobile to their businesses.

Our business world is rapidly changing and it is often very difficult to understand how to evolve our businesses to take advantage of new opportunities and solving new problems. Sometimes a fresh pair of eyes looking in can see things that are hidden to those who are focussed on doing what they know. It’s all very well to say work on the business instead of in the business, but where do you start? We want to help you.

Luigi Cappel has specialised in advising businesses on the implications of location based services, GPS tracking, and social media for many years, and is now available to share that knowledge with your business. You can view his profile here.

All opinions expressed in this blog are his own and do not necessary reflect the opinions of any of his clients.

Luigi may be contacted on email luigi@solomoconsulting.co.nz or on mobile (New Zealand) 021530667. Connect with Luigi on XeeMe. Luigi has other blogs including his personal one, The Future Diaries and one about his alter ego as a songwriter.

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  6. wale olapade says:

    Love your business concept on social media and innovation. won’t mind to do business with you.
    i am wale olapade-the writer of the INDABA 2014 builds new frontiers to boost tourism in Africa – Nigerian Tribune. cheers


  7. Luigi Cappel says:

    Thank you Wale. I love to see innovation in countries like Nigeria. Often difficult situations produce amazing innovations that people miss, because they keep focusing on Silicon Valley and the like.


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