Coolpink ceases trading

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A liquidator could be appointed on Monday for Leeds-based digital agency, Coolpink.

The agency’s client list includes the likes of Asda, Smeg, Weber and Warner, but it appears it hit trouble when long-term client, DFS decided to move its marketing in-house.

Coolpink managed DFS’ website and online campaigns for more than 10 years.

Run by founder and managing director, Mark Bower, the agency had recently been recruiting, following wins from The Costcutter Group, Needle and Farmison & Co. It had also appointed a new commercial director, Martin O’Toole.

In November last year, it appeared in Prolific North’s Top 50 integrated agencies.

The future of Coolpink will be decided on Monday at a creditors’ meeting. There was no answer from Coolpink today, but potential liquidators, Geoffrey Martin & Co confirmed that they would be able to reveal more after the meeting.