TCP-TBWA\Indonesia wins Traveloka business

Traveloka.jpgTraveloka, Indonesia's fastest-growing tech company that provides online booking service for flights and hotels has appointed TCP-TBWA\Indonesia as its creative partner.
Established in 2012, Traveloka is currently the number one travel app on Play Store and App Store with more than six million downloads. Traveloka is one of Indonesia's first start-up tech companies to successfully emerge from its shores. With expanded services, Traveloka has a strong presence throughout Southeast Asia.

"The decision to select TCP-TBWA as our brand agency was based on their strong understanding of our consumers, industry, and most importantly, our business model in the online world," said Taufiq Wibowo, Brand Manager at Traveloka.

"We're excited to partner with TCP-TBWA, who's role is to challenge conventions and develop communications that will disruptive the way we engage with our customers, elevating Traveloka to the next level. Our ambition is to become the most dependable travel service in the region."

"We're very proud to work with a 21st century brand like Traveloka," said Enita Budiyanti, General Manager at TCP-TBWA\Indonesia. "It's a great opportunity to bring the power of Disruption® to one of the fastest growing online travel portals in Indonesia. We look forward to working with the visionaries at Traveloka, to create some truly disruptive work."

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