Incentive Solutions joins Colloquy Network

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Incentive Solutions Ltd., a leading practitioner of loyalty programs in New Zealand and Australia, has joined the Colloquy Network, a partnership of independent loyalty consultants and practitioners.

Members of the Colloquy Network can use Cincinnati, OH-based Colloquy's brand recognition and resources and are certified in its consulting methodology. Colloquy comprises a collection of resources devoted to the global loyalty marketing industry

Incentive Solutions was established in New Zealand in 1997 and expanded into Australia with a joint venture partner in 2004.

The company specializes in developing and managing incentive programs for business-to-business clients across industries. Its promotional marketing services include sweepstakes competitions, instant win and scratch-and-win contests, and promotional programs involving premiums.

The companies' collaboration will facilitate information and resource sharing that will help both organizations build and strengthen their consulting expertise within and outside their regions, according to both companies.

Other Colloquy Network partners include Dotz Marketing, Brazil; Customer Loyalty Solutions, Malaysia; Achievement Awards Group, South Africa; and GomezLee Marketing, Dominican Republic.

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