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Arlo appoints Organic to unlock future growth

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London, 31 October 2022: Digital agency Organic today announces its appointment by Arlo, to manage and deliver a range of campaigns and support multiple online channels – including Arlo’s growing Direct-To-Consumer (DTC) offering.

The appointment comes following the acquisition of Arlo’s EMEA business by Verisure, the number one alarm system brand in Europe. Organic has been tasked with rebuilding all existing CRM journeys, as well as supporting on Arlo’s new email campaign management system which is set to launch in early 2023.

The system includes new briefing processes, a modular library of reusable email components and improved ways of managing translations, quality checks and campaign approvals.

Organic’s remit will play a key role in helping Arlo deliver on its ambitious growth plans, by driving increased sales and helping customers get more value from their Arlo products. This includes helping the brand improve its engagement with customers to give them the best experience possible.

Tim Burley, Client Services Director said: “We’re thrilled to be working with a brand like Arlo on transforming its CRM journeys. With our new system ready to go at the end of this year, our remit is to implement ways of working that will unlock better performance at a lower cost of delivery.”

Artur Kuleschow at Arlo added: “Following our acquisition last year by Verisure, we’ve been ready to overhaul a lot of our online channels. Organic has already shown an understanding of what we’re aiming to achieve in the future, and we’re looking forward to what 2023 will bring.”

 

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