Bite signs Azimo

Azimo, the digital money transfer service, has hired Bite to drive brand awareness in the UK through corporate and consumer media relations.


Rachel Gilley

Bite will raise the company’s profile in the UK through creative news stories and product launches.

Rachel Gilley, MD at Bite, said: “Azimo was recently described by CNN as ‘the future of money transfers’, which makes it exactly the type of innovative brand we want to work with. Using technology to disrupt the status quo makes Azimo a super exciting company for us to partner with in the UK.”

Azimo, which has more than a million users, allows its customers to transfer money online to over 190 countries.

Marta Krupinska, co-founder and GM at Azimo, added: “Storytelling is key to what we do: the stories of our customers from around the world and our own story, building a successful global business. We’re excited for the partnership with Bite and we’re confident together we’ll take Azimo to new heights.”


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