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Red Baton bags creative mandate for Zippserv

The account was won post a multi-agency pitch.

In a recent announcement, Zippserv, an online real estate risk assessment firm, has appointed Bengaluru based design agency Red Baton to revamp its website's user experience and other digital communications. They will be taking on more roles as and when the requirements arise. The account was won post a multi-agency pitch.

Red Baton bags creative mandate for Zippserv
Red Baton bags creative mandate for Zippserv
Red Baton bags creative mandate for Zippserv
Red Baton bags creative mandate for Zippserv

Commenting on the win, Arun Gopidas, chief creative officer and COO, Red Baton, says in a press release, "We're excited about working with a company that is all set to make pathbreaking advances in terms of how people buy and sell property. To build the entire user experience for such an innovative business, and handle their marketing communications, is a challenge we're thrilled to take up.”

Ronak Daga, chief executive officer, Red Baton, says in a press release, "Since we're a young agency, we are eager to make ourselves distinguished in the UI and digital space with this project. We look forward to having a great, long-lasting partnership with Zippserv.”

Sudeep Anandapuram, chief executive officer, Zippserv, says in a press release, "We are in a critical situation where we are looking to change the way real estate is bought and sold. We are the first and only company on the home buyer's side, helping them make the right decisions without the hassles of going from place to place for their documents. This adds unbiased information, transparency and convenience to the entire process. We are now banking on Red Baton to help us take our mission forward with great user experience and communication.”

Debashish Hota, chief operations officer, Zippserv, says in a press release, "The kind of excitement and innovative approach that Red Baton has matches those of our own, which is why we chose to work with them. That's an investment we have made, and we look forward to bearing the fruits."