Online shop Rentickle.com appoints LIQVD ASIA as its digital performance marketing agency

Arnab Mitra.jpgLIQVD ASIA has been awarded the digital performance marketing mandate for rentickle.com. An online shop Rentickle.com provides furniture, appliance, and other home furnishing essentials on rents to its customer through attractive packages and deals.

LIQVD ASIA will be working with the founders and the marketing team of the brand on their performance marketing pie with a target to upswing the customer acquisition piece through various digital marketing channels.
Vineet Chawla and Amit Sodhi, Co- Founders of renticke.com said, "We have ambitious plans for rentickle.com. I am happy to have LIQVD ASIA on board to help us in building our brand online. The team at LA is young, dynamic and enthusiastic bunch of people and I am looking forward to collaborating with them."
 
Arnab Mitra, Founder & Managing Director, LIQVD ASIA (pictured above) said, "Rentickle.com is a fascinating product and I am really excited to work with a brand which is bold in its offering and has a huge potential with the increasingly growing migrant working community in some of the key markets of the country. This is our 1st such association with a start up of this nature & we like the aggressive approach of the founders. Hopefully together we will be catering to a lot more needs of common people of our country.

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