Campaign India Team
May 10, 2018

Tinder swipes right on RepIndia

The mandate was awarded post a multi-agency pitch

Tinder swipes right on RepIndia
RepIndia has announced its appointment as the social partner for Tinder India, following a multi-agency pitch. The mandate entails building and reinforcing the brand’s social presence through strategic planning and innovative solutions, to increase market penetration and consumer engagement.
 
Ayesha Chenoy, CEO and co-founder, RepIndia said, ”We look forward to partnering with Tinder, a brand that encourages everyone -- especially women -- to express themselves freely and uniquely, and helps people connect on the basis of mutual interest and respect. There are exciting plans ahead and our team is all geared up to create memorable communication that connects with the audience and creates more growth opportunities.”
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