newkleus is focused on helping brands. We are pro-brand. We would like to highlight all of our parnters to spread awareness and increase engagement.

We enjoy partnering with brands and helping them increase their customer and fan engagements.  Below are a few select brands as examples.

We support several industry verticals: sports teams, musicians, music festivals, radio stations, consumer brands, direct selling brands, non-profits, schools and community organizations.  We also support anyone who uses Facebook and LinkedIn Groups, as our platform solves many of their limitations.

VOTOCAST was our very first partner!  They are a fun video competition platform that hosts free campaigns for brands, events and topics of interest.  A community where the best videos win exclusive experiences or merchandise.

A sample of some recent competitions: Summer Cycling sponsored by Linus Bike. Cutest Babies sponsored by Pearhead. Best Tailgating sponsored by Tailgater Concierge, Strong Tonic and Surf To Win sponsored by LifeProof, Sticky Bumps Wax and McCrystal Surfboards. JTMF Culture sponsored by the Joshua Tree Music FestivalWhat Gives Your Heartburn sponsored by Axia Essentials.

O2 Life was launched for Origami Owl, a leading custom jewelry company known for telling stories through our signature Living Lockets, personalized charms, and other products.

“O2 Life will give us a tool that makes it easy to share your O2 stories and experiences in a way that other Designers and leaders can easily find it and share it with others,” shared Brett Blake, CEO of Origami Owl.

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World Advocates & Resources for Epilepsy (WARE) Alliance is a tremendous community for anything related to epilepsy.  One global destination for families, patients, doctors, hospitals, researchers, product companies, etc.

Non-profits have been hurt by the algorithms and many special needs communities are fragmented.  The WARE Alliance is leading the charge to foster an informative, positive and supportive community for all impacted by epilepsy.