Smart portal application LINE names Redcomm Indonesia to build digital marketing strategy

Line logo.pngLINE is a free messaging application that goes beyond basic services by offering stickers, social games, video calls, and other applications connected to their main services.

With the increasing number of internet and smartphone users in Indonesia, it becomes a great opportunity for LINE to expand their market and achieve the target to become the number one smart portal application in Indonesia. Therefore, LINE appoints Redcomm Indonesia as a digital agency partner to help them build a strong digital marketing strategy.
"Redcomm is a great Indonesian digital agency to work with. They have a good understanding about the Indonesian target market, especially the millennials segment and the digital landscape itself", said Yuanita Agata, Marketing Manager of LINE Indonesia. "I've worked with Redcomm at my previous company and they are very trusted to deliver a challenging project and consistently delivered great digital campaigns".

Yuwi Anjaya, Business Director of Redcomm Indonesia also expressed the same excitement. "We are very pleased and excited to win LINE Indonesia. With this new partnership, we really want to create some truly creative disruptive work, yet accomplishing great business results for LINE Indonesia".

RedComm Indonesia will handle the full-service integrated digital marketing services from strategy, social, production of contents, including impact measurement.

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