Regional Business Partner Network: voucher requirements

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Regional Business Partner Voucher Funding and Feedback

GoodSense is registered as a service provider nationwide under the Regional Business Partner Network. If your business meets your local business assessor’s criteria for funding you may qualify for a government-funded voucher towards the cost of your marketing support.

The value of vouchers issued will vary and they can be used to cover up to 50% of the full cost of the project fee, up to a maximum value set by the issuing Regional Business Partner.  If your business has been hurt by the Covid-19 pandemic you may be eligible for 100% funding to work with us.  The maximum amount a business can receive in one financial year is $5,000 excluding GST.

To be able to receive a RBP voucher a business must be registered on the Regional Business Partners website and meet the following criteria:
• have undergone an assessment with a Regional Partner
• have fewer than 50 full time equivalent employees
• be registered for GST in New Zealand
• be operating in a commercial environment
• privately owned businesses, or are a Maori Trust or incorporation under the Te Ture henua Maori Act 1993 or similar organisation managing Maori assets under multiple ownership

In this video by Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development (ATEED), GoodSense client Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari talk about the support they received under the Regional Business Partner voucher programme > 

Read the full GoodSense case study on the ATEED site here

Feedback received on GoodSense work from Regional Business Partner funded clients.

See these on the Regional Business Partner Website — login needed.

For more information or an informal discussion about how working with GoodSense and RBP could benefit your organisation, please contact us today.

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