Quiip Announces Raft Of New Business Wins

Quiip Announces Raft Of New Business Wins
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Australian social media and online community management firm Quiip has announced a raft of new business wins and contract renewals.

Publicis Worldwide (Australia), Sydney Adventist Hospital and the Museum of Australian Democracy have all recently enlisted the services of Quiip. The company has also had contracts renewed with VicHealth and beyondblue.

Quiip is providing a range of services to its new and renewing clients, including: business and out-of-hours social media and community management and consulting; social media training and mentoring; suicide, mental health and critical escalation support and engagement; and crisis communications and risk planning.

Alison Michalk (pictured above), CEO of Quiip, said: “As leaders in the social media and risk space offering 24/7 support, clients are increasingly approaching us to establish robust risk frameworks, response protocols and procedures to ensure they’re prepared to manage potential issues whenever they may arise.”

“Online community management has become an intrinsic part of the way organisations engage with customers and audiences, and more and more businesses are recognising the need for round-the-clock support – as our growth can attest.

“We are thrilled with our new client partnerships, and to be continuing our ongoing work with VicHelath and beyondblue.”

In addition to the new business wins, Quiip has recently been named among the first 250 companies in Australia to gain B Corporation certification.

B Corporations represent an emerging group of companies that are using the power of business to create a positive impact on the world and generate a shared and durable prosperity for all.

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