Kiwi Connect has accepted a unique invitation to become the very first not-for-profit organisation to sign up for the RealStew communications platform – a fresh Zealand innovation which is poised to revolutionise the way the world communicates and interacts.
RealStew has cleverly integrated all the ways we connect online – chat, email, social networking, user groups, blogs and website – into a single internet page with an easy-to-use dashboard and the apps you’ll ever must connect, engage and connect with friends, family, clients and customers.
Kiwi Connect chairman Mike Jacobs said the Realstew platform will be section of the not-for-profit’s overall communications strategy, consisting of the web site at www.kiwiconnect.org, Facebook page (kiwiconnect.org), Twitter (@kiwiconnect) and LinkedIn (kiwiconnect.org).
“We’re running with RealStew because we admire their vision and we’re thrilled to view a whole new Zealand company graduate from the Icehouse business incubator with such an innovative platform,” Mr Jacobs said.
“We’ll be delighted if RealStew helps us connect all the expats within our patch and enables us to engage together professionally.
“Our focus isn’t on building our network; it’s not about making money throughout the relationship; it’s chiefly concerning the product itself. We think our members will be curious about the platform along with the simplicity of getting each of their communication channels around the one browser. That’s pretty clever.”
RealStew will sponsor the MELTING POT part of the Kiwi Connect website, promoting and provoking comment and insights from expat New Zealanders, and possesses create Kiwi Connect to end up being the first community group to invite members for connecting via RealStew.
“RealStew is actually by invitation only,” Mr Jacobs said, “so we’re on the rrrealslew of connecting pioneers on the free chat, email and social media marketing aspects of the platform.
“We’re also allowing traditional Kiwi early adopters being the first one to purchase all of the RealStew apps and tools they have to make their lives easier, including the ability to blog or produce a customised website.”
RealStew returns 54% of their revenue returning to its members and Mr Jacobs says any cash earned by Kiwi Connect will probably be ploughed back in supporting its operations and enhancing events.