Deposit-free renting platform flatfair appoints Elisabeth Yates as marketing head

March 11, 2020
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Flatfair, an alternative deposit scheme and rental platform, has appointed former William Hill and Google strategist as its Head of Marketing.

Elisabeth Yates joins the proptech firm after spending two and a half years as senior strategy manager for online gaming at William Hill and a short stint as a marketing campaigns manager for Google prior to that.

She also spent four years working in strategy for voucher site Groupon.

Yates said:

“Flatfair’s payment technology is revolutionising the way we think about renting.

“The industry is moving in the right direction, but this is a vital time for tenants, landlords and agents alike to embrace the technology that has brought so much to other aspects of our lives, and I am looking forward to collectively driving this change at flatfair.”

Her appointment comes after flatfair, which offers a deposit alternative for a one-off fee and uses Open Banking for speedy referencing, continues to grow the business after attracting $11 million through a Series A fundraising last year.

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March 11, 2020

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