Fiverr To Support Small Businesses With New $250K Giveaway Campaign

With Fiverr’s new billboard campaign, five lucky businesses have the opportunity to win some much-needed exposure in high-visibility areas all across Brisbane — Chermside included. 

Fiverr’s latest Australian campaign, “Bill’s Billboard”, was conceptualized by their lead creative agency By All Means in an attempt to revitalize Australian businesses recovering from the devastation brought about by COVID-19. According to Fiverr research, 66% of small businesses have suffered financial losses during the pandemic. 

“At Fiverr, we’re committed to helping small businesses thrive on their road to recovery, which is why we are providing them with the opportunity to win a share in $250,000 worth of free advertising space.” says Fiverr Senior Director of Global Brand Marketing Liron Smadja. 

Fiverr’s very first campaign in Australia, aptly named “It Starts Here” was also dedicated towards giving small businesses the spotlight by featuring Australian freelancers, telling a series of optimistic stories about businesses who’ve adapted to the internet following the pandemic. 

With over two million small businesses affected, Fiverr’s new campaign Bill’s Billboards intends to help the economy get back on its feet by giving five lucky winners the opportunity to place their advertisements on billboards established in high-visibility areas in Brisbane such as South Brisbane, Kangaroo Point, Palm Beach, Fortitude Valley, Chermside and Coorparoo. 

The campaign itself is a competition between small businesses where the winners will receive a share in $250,000 in free outdoor billboard advertising space. As for the competition and how to enter, all a business has to do to partake is click on the link provided below and fill out the form. Five lucky winners will be selected from the pool, which means $50,000 per winning business. 

Bill’s Billboards will run until Friday 12:00PM AEDT, 26th of February, 2021, and it will be promoted across digital and out-of-home platforms. Small businesses can enter the competition by clicking here