Are you an environmental not-for-profit looking for a marketing boost in the New Year? You could get a year’s worth of digital marketing services, FREE, as part of krunch.co’s second annual Good Boost Mission.
After the success of last year’s Good Boost Mission, krunch.co is ready to once again invite New Zealand-based environmental not-for-profits to apply to receive $125,000 worth of free marketing services.
krunch.co is a multi-award winning marketing services consultancy and digital agency that works with some of New Zealand’s biggest and boldest brands. In 2021, they decided to run their first annual Good Boost Mission in an effort to support NZ organisations hard hit by the 2020 lockdowns. This year, the mission is stronger than ever.
Says Darren Kirkland, managing director, krunch.co: “This year’s lockdown has been devastating for so many businesses, and it’s also been tough for non-profits who haven’t been able to make the progress they were hoping to make on their initiatives.”
As they did last year, Kirkland’s firm has decided to support an environmental non-profit specifically: “The pandemic is causing major disruption to our lives, but unfortunately the environmental challenges we were facing pre-pandemic have not gone away. It’s important to us at krunch.co to work for the environment and support NZ groups that are doing their bit.”
Last year, krunch.co selected the New Zealand Nature Fund as its Good Boost beneficiary. Over the last year, the full-service agency and consultancy has been supporting the organisation with customer experience design, branding, and launching its first-ever paid social media campaigns.
This year, the agency is once again putting out the call for NZ-based environmental not-for-profits to apply to receive $125,000 worth of free marketing services, to be delivered monthly over the course of 2022.
krunch.co specialises in marketing automation, customer experience design, digital strategy and data-driven content, and believes they have the right combination of skills in-house to help a not-for-profit thrive.
The ideal “candidate” for the krunch.co Good Boost would be one that is ready to leverage digital tools, data and technology to either kickstart or supercharge their marketing strategy.
Adds Kirkland: “The level of marketing the organisation has done to date doesn’t matter to us as much as how much impact we could have for them.”
To be successful, organisations must be registered not-for-profits in New Zealand and have an existing marketing team. krunch.co is accepting applications via its website until 17 December, 2021, and plan to select one lucky organisation before the end of the year.
To apply, visit: https://info.krunch.co/good-boost-mission