Myer, Crocs, Compare The Market added as impact.com ANZ clients
Retailer Myer, shoe company Crocs, and price comparison website Compare The Market are among new clients partnerships platform impact.com has signed since the start of 2022.
What you need to know:
- Impact.com, the partnership management platform, as added Myer, Crocs, Compare The Market, Vistaprint and Waggly as new clients so far this year.
- The partnership sector is starting to “thrive and mature”, APAC boss Adam Furness says.
Partnership management platform impact.com has added Myer, Crocs, Compare The Market, Waggly and Vistaprint as clients for its business in Australia and New Zealand.
Globally, the company says it added 200 new clients, while the local entity has doubled from 13 to 27 employees year-on-year.
Locally, APAC MD Adam Furness says the partnership economy is starting to “thrive and mature”.
Impact.com works with 2,200 brands around the world.
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