Pitchfork wins 91springboard pitch for PR, ORM and stakeholder engagement

image-Pitchfork wins 91springboard pitch for PR, ORM Mediabrief91springboard, one of India’s leading co-working communities, has appointed Pitchfork Partners as its strategic communication consultant after a multi-agency pitch. As a part of the mandate, Pitchfork will oversee public relations, online reputation management, and stakeholder engagement for 91springboard.

Launched in 2013, 91springboard is one of India’s fastest-growing co-working space. In a short span of seven years, the homegrown brand has expanded its footprint with 26 live and 2 in the pipeline co-working spaces in nine cities namely Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Pune, Goa, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad.  Pitchfork Partners will play a key role in sustaining and elevating the reputation built by 91springboard through a holistic communication plan that includes online as well as traditional media. 

Chaitanya Kumar, Director – Marketing, 91springboard said: “91springboard is one of the longest standings and established homegrown brands offering business of all sizes a trusted community that helps them grow not just on a professional level but on a personal level as well. Taking a ‘People-first’ approach is strongly rooted in our DNA. Today, as we stand in our current phase of growth, it was important to have a partner that understands our vision and crafts a strategic communication plan that enhances our reputation as India’s leading co-working community. We are confident that our partnership with Pitchfork Partners will help us scale new heights.”

“91springboard provides more than just a working space; it is an excellent platform for entrepreneurs and working professionals to engage and collaborate. Partnering with the pioneers of community engagement in the co-working sector is of great significance to us. We are delighted to work with 91springboard and assist them in achieving their business goals through strategic and insight-driven communication,” added Jaideep Shergill, co-founder, Pitchfork Partners.

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