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Cricketer Rohit Sharma appears on a digital campaign by Financepeer

Madhushree Chakrabarty April 23, 2021

Google incubated Education fees financing Company, Finanacepeer has launched a digital campaign featuring cricketer Rohit Sharma. The campaign shows the player remembering his old days when he used to worry about the high education fees for his studies. He is seen narrating his old days where he says, “While I was growing up, any form of learning or education, one had to think about the fees. But today, thanks to Financepeer you can pay the college, school, or any type of education fees in easy monthly installments, and get rewarded for it too.”

Rohit Sharma posted the video on his Instagram handle and Financepeer has amplified it across all its platforms. The campaign goes with the tagline, Fee Payment karni hai, toh Financepeer hi karo. The campaign has a series of videos by the cricketer and aimed at creating awareness among aspiring students and parents on the ease of paying education fees with Financepeer. As a part of the campaign, the company is also aiming at engagement with various digital influencers as well.

Commenting on the campaign, the brand ambassador of Financepeer, Rohit Sharma said, In the current fast-paced and ever-evolving world, it is imperative that students of today’s generation get not just quality education but also accessibility to the right education. I am happy to be a part of Financepeer, which aims to make the financial aspect of education simplified for students and parents alike.”

On the digital campaign, Founder of Financepeer, Rohit Gajbhiye said, “We are extremely honored to collaborate with Rohit Sharma for this campaign. We constantly strive to create a positive impact in the education sector and ensure that every student gets access to quality education. Also, we strongly believe that fees should not be a constraint for education and through our campaign, we want to enable parents and educational institutes to make quality education accessible.”

Watch the campaign video here.


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