PeopleMax PT-Coms

PeopleMax® Public Transport Communication Ambassadors are specialists in
public transport communications, promotions and research.

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Meet our PeopleMax® Communications Ambassadors

Welcome to PeopleMax® PT-Coms – a dedicated website for our clients to easily identify the ideal Communication Ambassadors for projects which require workers with a solid knowledge of Auckland public transport and who have a proven ability to communicate your key messages.

At PeopleMax® we have over ten years experience in Auckland public transport communications. We are the tendered supplier to Auckland Transport for in field contract staff – covering public transport communications, research, promotions and we can also provide temporary administration staff. We are a supplier for Auckland Council and also work with Transdev Transport and Kiwirail.

PeopleMax® provides a ready resource of workers with the ideal knowledge and skill set for any public communication, in particular those related to public transport.

By using PeopleMax® there are no recruitment fees, nor do you have to secure a contract or employment agreement – you just supply us the hours and we will format the shifts for you. Once the workers are on the roster you have access to the ambassadors for briefing – or we can do this on your behalf.

We manage the project in field and payroll is done for you. We also provide project reports – these reports give you front line feedback to monitor how your particular project is progressing and enables you to adjust the brief as required.

If you have a communication with a strong promotional theme – then check out our sister company ActionActors (www.actionactors.co.nz) which is a specialist service made up of professional actors for promotions, corporate role playing/training, brand ambassadors or any activity that requires that extra bit of energy and performance skill. Best of all, many of the ActionActors have worked for PeopleMax® on transport communications so have an excellent base knowledge Auckland’s public transport network.

When you need trained people to

  • - Interact with the public in situations where it is expected they know about buses, trains and ferries.
  • - Communicate your messages
  • - Front your awareness campaign
  • - Carry out “on the street research”
  • - Data gather for your survey
  • - Hand out promotional material
  • - Provide certainty with your public notice letterbox drops

PeopleMax® are your public transport communication solution.

Who are our event workers and communication ambassadors?

The PeopleMax® Team is comprised of people from a wide variety of cultures. Many PeopleMax® Ambassadors speak more than one language which has proved invaluable when communicating with New Zealand’s multi-cultural public.

Our database has people available NOW so contact PeopleMax®.

With PeopleMax®, there’s no hassle – everything’s taken care of, for you.

ActionActors - Promo Workers

Rail Safety Week

Well done and congratulations to our ActionActors, Andy & Jamie, who have once again provided the talent for promotional launch of Rail Safety Week.

These boys have been donning the red and white stripy lycra suits for over a year now to become the recognisable face of Rail safety at crossings around the country.

To view Promo Workers, visit ActionActors.

View full article at NZ Herald

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    Spark (formerly Telecom) wants to spread the word about their free 1GB of mobile data, available for their customers and Hop card users at hotspots around town and at Train Stations, our Ambassadors were perfect for the job. Out on the field the Ambassadors go, letting customers know about this

  • PeopleMax Ambassadors Alert Travels to Changes in Timetables Elen and traveller at Smales Farm

    Changes are being made to North Star bus timetables as of 12th October in order that the times represent a service that best suits the traffic flow and thus a more reliable service. PeopleMax Ambassadors were riding North Star buses in the early morning to introduce passengers to this impending

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