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The Church Named On Government Common Web Services Panel


The Church named on Government Common Web Services panel

13th September, 1pm

Press Release: The Church

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The Church Named On Government Common Web Services Panel

Wellington, New Zealand: The Church an independent communications agency has been appointed as a supplier for Front-end web development and graphical/visual design for the Government Common Web Services panel. This panel is a cross government initiative lead by the Department of Internal Affairs.

The win is great recognition for this local company that has continued to grow during tough economic times.

Paul Soong, Managing Director of The Church says “we are extremely proud to be part of this panel, it’s a fantastic opportunity to help change the perception of the public sector and tell the stories that need to be told.”

“It’s also a nice endorsement of our holistic approach to building brand advocates both internally and externally, in this increasingly transparent and connected world we believe it’s the only foundation to long-term success,” Soong added.

The Church’s Creative Director, Adam Cansino “we’re excited to bring our strong story telling skills to the panel, and this win shows the value of our young, multi-talent team which enables us to bring a more agile and responsive service to the market.”

For more information on the Common Web Services initiative visit the ict.govt.nz website.

For more information on The Church visit thechurch.co.nz or follow thechurchnz on Twitter at www.twitter.com/thechurchnz (@thechurchnz)

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