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    Chilly’s re-signs Bark.London to Lead Growth

    Jan 03, 2024 |
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    Chilly’s has re-chosen Bark.London as its growth agency, following impressive growth in their first year of partnership.

    The London agency has been reselected to unify its brand and performance activity amidst a shift to a new look and feel, and help its growth in the UK and Europe with eyes set on further US expansion.

    Bark.London said that this would be achieved through specialist end-to-end creative – from strategy, to capture & creator, to post-production – performance marketing activity and insights from strategic data science techniques.

    “We’re thrilled to renew our partnership with Chilly’s after a cracking first year, and to be working even more closely with the team to help them in their next leg of growth,” said Chilly’s dedicated team at Bark.London.

    The focus will be on aligning creative with the new Chilly’s look and feel, and increasing brand awareness globally through restructuring content and performance channels to continue to position Chilly’s as the go-to option in its category.

    “We really wanted a partner that could help us grow in the UK and beyond and we also wanted an agency that valued creative as much as media strategy. BARK has enabled us to deliver a lot of creative to the high standards that Chilly’s expects, and been able to tailor content that really caters to international markets, and it’s really helped us to grow. We’ve been able to see some really strong success from working with BARK and moving forward we’re really excited to work with the team to evolve our creative assets as we enter new markets over the next 6-12 months, and working with the team to drive awareness and growth in these markets,” said Leah Sheridan, Senior Brand Manager at Chilly’s.

    See the Chilly’s case study here.