Campaign India Team
Dec 20, 2019

Livspace ropes in Tilt Brand Solutions

The agency will help the brand in bringing a positive shift in the market, while creating and developing the category

Livspace ropes in Tilt Brand Solutions
Home interiors brand, Livspace has roped in brand and creative consultancy, Tilt Brand solutions.  
 
Kartikeya Bhandari, Chief Marketing Officer, Livspace, said, “The home interior and design industry in India is at its nascent stage with lack of predictability and transparency being major pain points. At Livspace, we are working towards bringing a positive shift in the market, while creating and developing the category. We leverage our technology-enabled platform to offer the customers a seamless experience, devoid of any hassles. Tilt’s expertise in brand building, understanding of the Indian consumer and their ability to craft creative interventions across personas and platforms will be a critical component in this journey of ours” 
 
Kedar Teny, chief strategy and business officer, Tilt Brand Solutions added, “Livspace is revolutionising the way we decorate (or redecorate) our homes; transforming it from a stressful, disorganized process to a joyous and rewarding experience. The possibilities of us at Tilt to input strategically and creatively is just mouth-watering! We are really excited to partner Kartik and his passionate team to transform the homes of millions of Indian home-owners.”
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