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SKYCITY choose PREVU

SKYCITY choose PREVU

SKYCITY Entertainment Group has chosen PREVU to produce highly specialised virtual tours and time lapse still imagery for SKYCITY Auckland and SKYCITY Darwin.

In announcing the agreement, Brett Robinson, PREVU’s General Manager identified that one of the main reasons SKYCITY chose PREVU was its ability to manage and distribute the content to large distribution network throughout Australasia, Asia, the Pacific and the USA. The network includes such online retailers as Travelocity and Orbitz in the USA, House of Travel, United Travel & Holiday Shoppe in New Zealand and key Australian brands Quickbeds (Flight Centres) and NeeditNow.

This is an exciting contract with some very unique production. We are thrilled to be working with one of the southern hemisphere’s leading tourism brands, says Robinson.

Non travel companies adopt PREVU’s e-Zine technology

PREVU better known amongst the travel industry has been chosen by transport and logistics heavyweight Mainfreight to deliver a range of electronic solutions. PPREVU was initially contracted to deliver streaming video of the Mainfreight AGM, however this has grown to include the electronic publishing of the annual report and quarterly newsletters from the Mainfreight website using PREVU’s e-Zine technology.

PREVU’s General Manager Brett Robinson noted that there had been a marked increase in enquiries from companies looking for a cost effective electronic publishing solution such as PREVU’s e-Zine application. He confirmed that PREVU had also recently completed work for online retailer NZ Nature with e-Zines for the New Zealand, UK and US markets.

Vibe Hotels to utilise Prevu Corporation Ltd

Vibe Hotels (part of the Toga Hospitality Group) has chosen PREVU to manage and distribute rich media. Jake Morgan, Manager, Australia for PREVU says the agreement will commence with still images and we expect that the group will monitor the results and look to add to the content over time.

Jake confirmed that both hotels and online retailers are seeing that rich media has moved from a ‘nice to have’ to a ‘must have’ solution and this is evident by the increased number of companies signing into the PREVU distribution network.

PREVU expects to announce, in the coming weeks, the signing of several hospitality brands in Australia. These brands are looking to leverage the PREVU distribution network to increase the exposure and return on investment for existing rich media content and to develop exciting new online collateral.

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