Digital inclusion for older people has become an increasingly important focus since the advent of COVID. We all need the ability to stay connected with each other and the outside world – and as we all know, technology plays a huge part in facilitating this.
So, we were privileged to be present at the recent SeniorNet Symposium and AGM held in Dunedin earlier this month. As a long term client, our most recent work for SeniorNet has been to refresh their brand – with a view to helping them present a fresh and professional image to other partner organisations they work with, and looking forward, also to grow their membership base.
The refreshed SeniorNet brand was extremely well received by the Executive Committee, and we are now looking forward to implementing the new look across our various communications materials.
We have also helped facilitate a partnership between our long-term client Suzuki and SeniorNet. Part of our presentation at the Symposium was showing SeniorNet how we can better leverage this partnership, via showcasing Suzuki vehicle technology. Local Suzuki dealer (and top NZ female rally driver) Emma Gilmour helped us present to the SeniorNet Symposium attendees, including showcasing 3 new Suzuki vehicles at the venue.