PR and Social agency One Green Bean (ogb) has welcomed Airtasker to its client portfolio. Airtasker is the community marketplace that connects people who need work done with people who want to work.
Following a three-way pitch, Airtasker appointed ogb to support its growth plans in Australia and NZ.
Alexandra Aguirre, Brand Lead, Airtasker, commented: “Airtasker is at a key point in our journey, with ambitious growth plans in Australia and internationally. Earned media is critical for building the brand, and we wanted to partner with an agency that had the strategic and creative thinking we need to help us deliver on those growth plans.”
Simone Gupta, One Green Bean CEO, commented: “We’re delighted to be working with such an innovative and fast-growing Australian tech platform – especially at a time like this.
Airtasker has an important role to play as the Australian economy rebuilds in a post-COVID world. We’re looking forward to delivering creative work that will have a measurable impact on brand and business objectives.”
Airtasker joins joins ogb’s stable of iconic brands including Nike, Coca-Cola, Dyson, Amazon and Afterpay.
Pictured: Tim Fung, CEO and Co-Founder, Airtasker
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