KuKu Connect's work amid coronavirus pandemic lands nominations
A business has been nominated for three top awards for its covid-19 support work.
Former chorister and Minster School pupil at Southwell, Philip Brooks-Stephenson, is a co-founder of KuKu Connect.
The innovative business networking service, has supported businesses and charities free of charge for over 170 days.
Philip’s work through KuKu Connect was recognised at home and internationally through The Best Business Awards, The National Business Awards and The Global Business Excellence Awards for outstanding and selfless impact in combatting the results of the pandemic upon businesses and community organisations.
Philip has supported more than 30,000 organisations and charities every day since March.
He has been freely posting on social media and over LinkedIn promoting organisations and charity appeals with over 30m hits over social media for different businesses who have been helped so far.
KuKu Connect’s co-founders set-up a number of innovative free support services at the outset of the pandemic open to any business or charity in March, embracing digital tech and social media.
Their services have continued ever since, every day.
Daily shout-outs for a range of individual businesses, venues and charity appeals have been made and more than 100 videos have been recorded.