Toppr, an online learning platform, has appointed Lowe Lintas for creative work.
The appointment was a result of a multi-agency pitch. The duties include building a brand strategy and handling creative duties for the brand and will be handled out of Mumbai.
Founded in 2013, Toppr is India’s leading learning app for classes 5th-12th on a mission to make learning personalized. Built on a deep structured content with widest K12 syllabus coverage offering over 1,00,000 course combinations with AI-assisted instant doubt resolution and ML-powered adaptive practice, it caters to over 8 million students.
Getting students to move away from traditional tuition classes and trust an advanced online platform needs not only a flawless product but also meaningful messaging that will ring true and fair in the minds of their core TG, the students.
Zishaan Hayath, Co-Founder & CEO, Toppr said, “Lowe Lintas understood our requirements the best. Their proposed brand strategy was very sharp, and their approach captured the very emotion that our product stands for. Our discussions with them gave us a glimpse into the amount of time and research that had gone into their ideas. As we had worked with them on our previous campaign and their new ideas precisely position Toppr uniquely, we decided to partner with Lowe Lintas in building brand Toppr.”
The agency has worked with Toppr in the past when they conceived a successful campaign for the brand. With a wider role, Lowe Lintas will be responsible for the conception of the new brand communication ideas and its manifestations across all mediums.
Satish Ramanathan, Executive Director, Lowe Lintas (pictured) said, “India, with its largest school-age population in the world, offers huge potential for ed-tech brands. And Toppr, with its high-quality content and highly relevant features like 24×7 ‘doubts helpline’ and ‘adaptive practice’, is strongly placed to take a large share of the pie. We are extremely excited to partner them in making Toppr the favourite learning app for kids and their parents.”