AUCKLAND, Thursday: Stuff and its community platform Neighbourly are coming to the aid of customers and the wider business community across flood-affected regions.
Since the floods, Stuff has been busy connecting with its customers and talking to business owners to understand their needs and priorities.
As a result, a range of free advertising packages have been designed to deliver maximum impact for struggling businesses.
Executive commercial director Matt Headland said, “We’ve had our own employees here at Stuff who’ve been affected and we know the immediate actions have focused on cleanup and salvage operations.
“The free ad packages are redeemable across a range of Stuff platforms, including Neighbourly. These are valued at up to $7500 per business.”
“Businesses are now starting to look at how they can move forward. We’ve listened to the needs of our local communities and we want to do what we can to help.”
The free advertising packages are redeemable across a range of Stuff platforms, including Neighbourly. These are valued at up to $7500 per business and are available at no cost for a four-week period.
The Neighbourly offer includes a free premium business listing for three months.
Businesses who would like to take up the offer can contact Stuff and Neighbourly before 28 February 2023 to apply for a free flood relief package.
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