Award winning digital agency, Coolpink, has hit the New Year running with the appointment of 4 new team members, which sees the agency further expanding on its team of digital marketing experts, strengthening its position as digital agency of the North.
The newly appointed team includes Information Architect Alexander-Wellard, Web Designer Isaac Stott, Project Manager Chantal Knox and Account Executive Jenni Agnew. Between them they hold a wealth of big brand experience gained from working on B2B and B2C campaigns for global clients including UNICEF, London 2012, Adidas, and Sainsburys.
Having worked in the digital industry for over thirteen years, ex-Brass Information Architect Alexander Wellard has had the opportunity to work with an impressive portfolio of brands including UNICEF, Bosch UK, Seven Seas, Action Aid and Unilever. On becoming part of the Coolpink team Alexander said “It's great to be here, the team's knowledgeable and committed, the atmosphere's friendly and welcoming – what more could you want? It's brilliant to look forward to going to work each day!”
With an impressive range of brands under her belt including Ribena, Horlicks, Umbro, Yorkshire Water and Schwarzkopf, ex-Brass (swamp) team member Chantal Knox has worked in many digital disciplines since deciding to go into the industry 5 years ago. In her new role as project manager, Chantal is responsible for scheduling in resource, cost control and having overall sight of the projects. As project Manager Chantal said “Coolpink has a great reputation and I'm really excited to be a part of such a friendly, creative and dedicated company. I'm looking forward to integrating my experience and knowledge within the team and helping to bring something a little different to Coolpink”.
Holding previous roles including functions manager and account executive, Leeds Metropolitan University Graduate Jenni Agnew has built up her print and web knowledge across a variety of accounts. On joining the team Jenni said “It is fantastic to work somewhere I not only have complete faith in the work that is produced but also enjoy. I am excited to get a clear focus on Digital Marketing and learning from a dedicated and motivated group of people can only be a good thing!”.
From designing clothing for fashion companies to art directing at large international advertising agencies, Coolpink's newest web designer Isaac Stott has had the opportunity to work with an impressive portfolio of brands including London 2012, Adidas, American Airline and Sainsburys. Isaac commented “I love all types of creativity, enthusiasm and good banter – Coolpink is full of people with all the above and more! Coolpink has a really good reputation, so I'm really proud to be part of this amazing team”.
Mark Bower, MD at Coolpink said “We've had a fantastic start to the New Year, with 4 new team members and 5 new account wins at the back end of last year – and this is doubling up as we speak. We’re dedicated to ensuring our clients are going to be ready to take on 2011 to make it a strong year for them. Improving online sales can be a powerful way to create dramatic increases on the bottom line and this is something all businesses need to commit to this year”.
Coolpink (coolpink.net) implement targeted results-driven campaigns across a number of digital channels, driven by strategic thinking and smart evaluation. From online business strategy creation through to implementation, their approach is bespoke to each client, advising them on how to best capitalise on the digital world.
Existing clients include Bensons for Beds, Asda, Wren Kitchens, Strata Homes, Imperial Tobacco, and Weber. Coolpink’s position as the digital agency of the North continues to strengthen as businesses across diverse sectors rely on the Leeds based team to deliver increased revenue through their digital marketing.