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Belong Announces Belong Travel

Belong Announces Belong Travel

AUCKLAND - September 14 2017

Belong CEO Rob Ellis today announced the launch of Belong Travel - a new service that makes life even better for Kiwi working people.

In addition to hundreds of new travel oriented offers right across New Zealand, Belong users can also access a travel concierge. The concierge can help with bookings, and offer great ideas about places to go and things to do right around New Zealand.

Belong ( is an innovative Kiwi employee benefits and rewards platform. Belong Travel was announced at the 2017 NZ HR Expo at Sky City Convention Centre in Auckland, to hundreds of New Zealand's lieading human resources leaders and professionals, and Deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett.

"We are all about making life better for working Kiwis" said Ellis. "Our research has shown that travel is one of the most sought-after categories for people. Belong Travel offers our members sharp prices on a wide range of experiences and adventures all around New Zealand. If our members are stuck for ideas about where to go or what to do, our travel concierge can provide ideas and advice, based on their personal experience of travelling throughout our great country".

Belong Travel is included with Belong at no additional cost, and is available to customers and their employees now.


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