PR outfit links up with band of entrepreneurs

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Auckland-based PR and communication business Intelligent Ink has partnered with the Entrepreneurs Organisation’s Auckland chapter, to provide public relations and comms support. 

Intelligent Ink director Christina Wedgwood says EO is the world’s only peer-to-peer network exclusively for entrepreneurs, and acts as a catalyst enabling entrepreneurs to learn and grow from each other via hosted events, mentorship programmes and peer-to-peer forums.

The Auckland chapter, a subset of the global network that includes over 11,000 business owners spanning 48 countries, is looking to attract quality members and retain their position as ‘the’ organisation for entrepreneurs in New Zealand.

Representing industries as diverse as accounting and advertising, right through to global SaaS (software as a service) companies, EO New Zealand’s Auckland chapter approached boutique agency, Intelligent Ink, to handle their publicity and develop a partnership that would benefit both organisations.

Wedgwood says she is looking forward to the growth opportunities that working alongside EO will offer her team. “We’re excited to partner with EO, and are looking forward to playing an instrumental role in helping them to raise their profile and sharing the success stories of their fabulous members,” she says.

“As partners, we have the opportunity to network with a wide range of motivated, growth-focused business people and are looking forward to applying the knowledge shared at EO’s seminars to our own work.”

With clients ranging from customer feedback technology providers to networking specialists and a wealth of experience working with entrepreneurs and start-ups, as well as not-for-profit organisations, Wedgwood says Intelligent Ink is the perfect partner to help EO to reach a broader audience.

“We’re looking forward to a partnership with Intelligent Ink will benefit both organisations,” says Richard Conway, EO’s chapter communications chair, as well as founder and ceo of Pure SEO.

“Sharing the stories of our members and our work is vital to attracting a driven, diverse and influential membership, and working with Intelligent Ink will allow us to do just that,”  Conway says.

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