Campaign India Team
Feb 13, 2020

Max Bupa appoints Isobar for digital

Account won following a multi-agency pitch

The agency's Gurugram office will handle the account
The agency's Gurugram office will handle the account
Isobar has won Max Bupa Health Insurance's digital mandate post a multi-agency pitch. The agency's Gurugram office will handle the account. 
 
Anika Agarwal, director and marketing head - digital and direct sales, Max Bupa Health Insurance, said, “We were looking for a creative partner who could help us break the monotony that plagues most of the messaging around the BFSI category. The idea was to work with a partner who could break down complex products for the consumer and help drive category education. With Isobar, we found a partner who brought in a fresh approach to the brand and were in sync with the roadmap for the brand. We are happy to work with a team that ideates with a digital-first approach and are confident that their creative nous will help us convey Max Bupa’s value proposition to the Indian consumer.”   
 
Gopa Kumar, COO, Isobar India, said, “We are truly delighted to be working with Max Bupa. It’s a highly competitive category and since we are talking to a digital-first audience, we aim to do category-leading work through the creative use of digital. We are looking forward to this partnership to create a communication that drives the desired impact and achieves business outcomes for Max Bupa.” 
 
Source:
Campaign India

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