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New ad platforms link SMEs with local publishers

Daniel Dunkley
Mon, 30 May 2022

New ad platforms link SMEs with local publishers
Kepla's founding team: Jonty Hodge, Jarrod Mosen, and Tim Dorrian. (Image: Kepla)
Daniel Dunkley
Mon, 30 May 2022
Two new technology platforms have launched to help New Zealand small to medium sized businesses (SMEs) place digital adverts with local publishers.Reachible and Kepla aim to connect small businesses with NZ publishing platforms, channelling more advertising dollars away from the dominant US tech giants Google and Facebook.Reachible, founded by marketing executive Rachel O’Connor, connects SMEs with local publishers, and helps them place print and digital ads and outdoor advertising.O’Connor is keen to help small businesses “br...

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