At KuKu Connect we are proud to launch a whole free service to aid and support thousands of businesses to ‘carry on going, carry on smiling & carry on connecting’.
We already work with thousands of businesses across the region to connect businesses and entrepreneurs to do business, form partnerships and to work together to support and promote the region’s economy. We have therefore launched an emergency service using our digital and virtual platforms to keep a vital ‘lifeline’ for you as a business to carry on connecting and working together to promote your individual businesses and services.
The free service is in the form of a daily video and includes:
- promotion of individual businesses
- promotion of venues who have had to close
- shout outs to businesses from across the region encouragin other business people to connect and visit their website.
- business tips
- positive quotes
- a daily song choice to keep your spirits high!
In addition to the daily videos, we have also opened up free business Facebook and LinkedIn groups which allows you as a business to share positive news, promote your business and service, to help business peers and to promote opportunities and virtual/digital events that keep business going, but overall add to the community efforts and resilience of the country’s business communities.
And finally, we have launched ‘KuKu Cocktail Hour’ which is our twice monthly online networking event on our Facebook page. Each Cocktail Hour gives you the chance to share your details in the live chat function as we do shout outs to the viewers. Our Cocktail Hours receive around 2,000 views and are free to attend. We won’t see you (so there’s no need to dress up) but you will see us. These hours are fun, friendly and effective so do join us!
Directors Stephen Goddard and Philip Brooks-Stephenson who founded KuKu Connect are also be offering free advice sessions to individual business with creative ideas and support to keep business ticking over the peak periods of the COVID-19 pandemic which is affecting thousands of businesses in the region already.