Kiwi Connect has accepted a special invitation in becoming the very first not-for-profit organisation to participate the RealStew communications platform – a brand new Zealand innovation which is poised to revolutionise the way the world communicates and interacts.
RealStew has cleverly integrated all of the ways we connect online – chat, email, social networking, user groups, blogs and website – into a single internet page with the easy-to-use dashboard and all the apps you’ll ever must connect, engage and communicate with friends, family, customers and clients.
Kiwi Connect chairman Mike Jacobs said the Realstew platform will probably be section of the not-for-profit’s overall communications strategy, which includes 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 see a fresh Zealand company complete the Icehouse business incubator with your a cutting-edge platform,” Mr Jacobs said.
“We’ll be delighted if RealStew allows us to connect every one of the expats inside our patch and enables us to engage using them professionally.
“Our focus isn’t on building our network; it’s not about making money from the relationship; it’s chiefly regarding the product itself. We think our members will be interested in the platform along with the simplicity of experiencing almost all their communication channels around the one browser. That’s pretty clever.”
RealStew will sponsor the MELTING POT section of the Kiwi Connect website, promoting and provoking comment and insights from expat New Zealanders, and has create Kiwi Get connected to function as the first community group to invite members in order to connect via RealStew.
“RealStew is simply by invitation only,” Mr Jacobs said, “so we’re with the rrrealslew of connecting pioneers towards the free chat, email and social media parts of the platform.
“We’re also allowing traditional Kiwi early adopters to become the first one to purchase all the RealStew apps and tools they have to make their lives easier, including the cabability to blog or build a customised website.”
RealStew returns 54% of the revenue returning to its members and Mr Jacobs says money earned by Kiwi Connect is going to be ploughed back into supporting its operations and enhancing events.