Leading social media and online community management specialist Quiip is having its most successful year to date with a raft of corporate and government clients recently partnering with the business.
Joining Quiip’s growing client portfolio are major corporate and government organisations beyondblue, CHOICE, Department Prime Minister and Cabinet, Medibank, Mindshare and Movember Foundation.
Quiip is providing a range of services to its new clients including; forum community management and consulting, social media training and mentoring, content curation, suicide, mental health and critical escalation support and engagement, LinkedIn training, crisis communications and outside business hours social media support.
“Online community management has become an intrinsic part of the way organisations engage with customers and audiences in a digitally-driven and connected world. Managing engagement and risks is a critical element in the success of communities and organisations are increasingly recognising that – as the growth trajectory in our business clearly shows,” said Quiip GM Julie Delaforce (pictured above).
“We are thrilled to be working with our new clients and we look forward to welcoming more while introducing additional innovative client service initiatives as our industry continues to develop.”
Quiip has also renewed work with NSW Health, ReachOUT and SANE Australia. Quiip started the year by launching Quiillion, a service that translates data captured by social monitoring and listening tools into rich and actionable insights and recommendations for clients.
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