Ultimate Edge Communications Provides $100,000 Business Revival Kit To Help Businesses Deal With Covid-19

Ultimate Edge Communications Provides $100,000 Business Revival Kit To Help Businesses Deal With Covid-19
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Sydney-based media marketing consultancy Ultimate Edge Communications (UEC) has announced it is providing a $100,000 Business Revival Kit to help businesses get their sales back on track as the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.

The package includes $50,000 of free advertising to kick start their marketing campaigns and is further supported by $50,000 of Business Growth Strategies curated from the world’s best business mentors.

“We realise businesses are dealing with unprecedented challenges right now and the tunnel feels very long and dark. In light of this, we wanted to lead from the front and come up with an innovative solution to get businesses back in market with forward momentum” says Aleisha McCall, UEC Founder and CEO. “We approached our digital and traditional media publishers to partner with us and put together $50,000 of free media we can provide to up to 5 clients to immediately kick start their sales in this financial year.”

It is noteworthy that this is not a bulk ‘buy’ of free media. Each package will be tailored to each client’s outcomes to ensure campaign results produced are appropriate for them. This is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. We recognise the wide range of situations companies find themselves in; from generating online sales to getting patrons back into their premises to ensuring their EOFY sales are successful or to reestablish their market presence and survival through this terrible crisis.

For more information, head here.

 

 

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