Nelson Web Design Company Helps Relaunch NZ Political Party

In a bid to protect the outdoors and the kiwi way of life political party, the NZ Outdoors Party, has been given a boost from a state-of-the-art website, created by a Nelson web design company.

Wakapuaka, New Zealand - June 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Nelson, New Zealand

Growing political party, the NZ Outdoors Party, has been given a welcome boost from a brand new state-of-the-art website, thanks to a web design company based in sunny Nelson.

Ahead of the 2020 general election, the party realised they needed a secure modern website to meet the expanding needs of the party. The new site which went live earlier this month has exceeded expectations, with co-leader, David Haynes, saying “I must say it is bloody good”.

The Outdoors Party seek to create a country where New Zealanders are admired not just because of their beautiful natural environment, but also because of their wellbeing and the way they live their lives. It’s about New Zealand refocussing on quality not quantity in everything they do, and making their communities more self-reliant and resilient. They want kiwis to relearn that ‘no.8 wire’ tradition where building, making and repairing are the norm, not buying then burying in landfill. The party has been working diligently since launch in 2016 to grow awareness of their vision, and came to realise they needed a new website that was worthy of their increased membership.

More details of the NZ Outdoors Party can be found here: https://www.outdoorsparty.co.nz/

MyTechGuy are a small web design company based in Nelson, who take a ‘results first’ approach to building websites. Head designer, Martin Waterhouse, said “a good website is a significant investment, so it needs to perform. We focus on creating websites that not only look good, but are built to get results. That takes a whole extra level of knowledge and experience.”

Get more information from: https://mytechguy.co.nz/web-design/

Launching the party’s new site Martin said “they wanted a clean modern website that helped prospective members easily discover who the party are and what they stand for. One that worked well for all the different devices we now use.” Since the new website launched earlier this month the party have already seen growth in their membership, and interested New Zealanders have been signing up daily to receive emails from the Co-Leaders to discover what the party has been up to.

In closing Martin at MyTechGuy.co.nz said “we were really pleased to work with the NZ Outdoors Party as we especially like to work with businesses and organizations that are doing good things for New Zealand.”

Contact Info:
Name: Martin Waterhouse
Email: Send Email
Organization: MyTechGuy.co.nz
Address: 181 Kanuka Rise, Wakapuaka, Nelson 7071, New Zealand
Phone: +64-28-2556-7690
Website: https://mytechguy.co.nz/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 523124

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