Movebubble finds a home at Kaizo

Kaizo chosen to help launch the Shoreditch property tech start-up

New online platform for property rental, Movebubble, has appointed Kaizo to help launch its service to landlords and renters in the UK. Movebubble, which offers a range of free tools to manage renting a property, plans to be the global rental platform and will launch in London this summer, followed by two other international cities in the next 12 to 18 months. Movebubble is not an online agency, but provides a market for any product or service involved in the rental process, helping owners find the best renters, and renters to find the best owners.

Kaizo was hired to provide PR support to the start-up, following a competitive pitch. Initially, Kaizo will be working with Movebubble to promote the service within the technology and start-up community, and then to a wider consumer audience, following the full launch of more site features.

Logan Hall, CMO, Movebubble said: “We were impressed by Kaizo’s structured approach to launching our service. We’re already starting to see a groundswell of interest and we are confident that Kaizo can help us convert this into site visits and user numbers.”

Rhodri Harries, MD, Kaizo said: “We’re thrilled to help Movebubble on their mission to become the Airbnb of the long term rental market. The company brings renting bang up to date, providing an open and honest experience and an easy alternative for owners and renters that don’t want to let through an agent.”

Movebubble is a collaborative platform, which uses technology to replace what was traditionally done by agents. From listing a property, booking viewings, making and accepting an offer, creating and signing a rental agreement to paying rent and deposits, Movebubble lets you do everything in one place without the added complication and cost of a middle person.

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