Sydney, Feb 27, 2017 AEST (ABN Newswire) - Big Un Ltd (ASX:BIG) present the Half Year Accounts for the period ending Dec 2016. The core activity of the company is the development of a global, video-driven ecosystem that integrates video listings, social media and an innovative mobile video review application. The company has produced a significant collection of video reviews of businesses by providing their customers with professionally produced and edited video reviews. The videos are hosted on the Big Review platform; both online and on a free mobile application.

The application and web platform both allow consumers to search for businesses, view the existing video reviews and to post their own self-generated video review with feedback of their personal experience.

The company's target market is small to medium sized businesses and has produced video reviews for businesses such as restaurants, bars, cafes, hairdressing and beauty salons, retail, hotels, events and venues.

As a direct by-product of the above activity, the company produces online TV shows suitable for syndication to third parties and sponsorship by large brands. The target market for this activity is large media organisations and global brands.

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About Big Un Ltd

Big Un Ltd ASX BIGBig Un Ltd (ASX:BIG) is the parent company of Big Review TV Ltd. Big Review TV are innovative disruptors in the online video space delivering subscription based video technology products and services. The Company has operations across Australia and in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States, Hong Kong, Singapore and Vancouver and was listed on the ASX in December 2014.

    


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