With the increasing demand for ways to save money, MyPhoneVouchers founder Daniel Kikalis recently decided to give away free membership access to sports clubs, non-profit organizations and educational institutions to further promote its business.
March 28, 2014 (Newswire.com) - With the increasing demand for ways to save money, MyPhoneVouchers founder Daniel Kikalis recently decided to give away free membership access to sports clubs, non-profit organizations and educational institutions to further promote its business scope and help in fundraising events. The company started offering free accounts at the start of the year 2014 and is reaching its goal to raise awareness of the mobile phone application.
"We would like to widen our membership based all across Australia. By this, we can have more people using our application" says Marie Fernando, the company's Operations Manager. "And by doing so, our Advertisers who are paying us $360 per year per voucher and per location will have the opportunity to increase their customer."
The business strategy aims to support institutions, clubs and non-profit organizations by giving access to all the discount coupons available to its members. In turn, it widens the consumer volume for advertisers which act as publicity. The boost in the broadcast traffic favors the business advertisers by marginally expanding its potential customers. It is a well know approach of fundraising ideas in Australia to use coupons and vouchers in collaboration with the local industry. In one way or another, the company presents a chance to help organizations and schools alike. Clubs are also given the option to use the application as fundraising ideas to sell it to potential members. An organization gets a profit for every successful membership sale to its supporter.
MyPhoneVouchers was launched March 2012 but was actively debugging and testing years before. It features advertisers from all around Australia with discounts to spa treatment, beauty services, food and beverages and even treats for the kids. The company is a key player to fundraising in Australia and even throws in free memberships to be used as prizes for organization events such as raffles, auctions or quiz bees. With over six thousand business members all over the country, an application user can really save money using the premium prices the company extends.