Future Looking Rosy for new Coolpink Directors
Posted by: Coolpink
Date added: Wed 01 Sep 2010
Award winning Yorkshire based digital agency, Coolpink announces two new appointments within the business today, as their success story continues and further secures their position as a leading force within the digital marketing arena.
n a move to further develop the operational team within the business as the agency continues to expand, M.D Mark Bower has appointed two new directors from within his existing staff.
With immediate effect loyal Coolpink employees Andy Park and Guy Weston will assume their new roles; Andy as Creative Director and Guy as Director of Strategy and Planning, both working closely with MD Mark Bower and Operations Director Sally Aisbitt.
Promotion to the Coolpink Operational Board sees Guy adopt a more strategic, new business related role, in addition to his original post of running the media and search team, whilst Andy affirms full accountability for the combined developer and design teams; the overall output of the business. Having worked in online since 1998, Andy's background covers an impressive list of major clients including Nestle, Disney and the BBC.
Bringing over 7 years of online marketing experience to Coolpink, Guy joined in January 2008, bringing experience across PPC, affiliate, email and display marketing, and he’s developed clients such as Jet2.com, Fox's Confectionary and Yorkshire Building Society.
Coolpink Managing Director, Mark Bower said: “Both Guy and Andy are extremely knowledgeable in their fields, highly motivated team players and are committed to the future success of Coolpink. I know that this is precisely the kind of attitude that they will be looking to develop within their respective teams going forward”.
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