Coca-Cola among wins to boost Line Up

Line Up has grown its business in the year ended June 2012 with new client wins including Coca-Cola.

Coca-Cola was a new client for Line Up
Coca-Cola was a new client for Line Up

The agency has also continued work with existing clients Volvo, Inchcape, Compass and Indesit in the past year, said managing director Rob Leach.

In its abbreviated accounts filed at Companies House, west London-based Line Up saw an increase in its profit and loss account to £612,618 to the end of June 2012, compared to £466,686 the previous year.

The improvement sees total shareholders’ funds rise to £662,618 from £516,486 to the end of June 2011.

Leach said: "We had a good solid year in 2011/2012 and made a good profit. We were also about nine per cent up on turnover."

Work with brands across automotive, FMCG, food and drink and manufacturing provided a "strong mix of different clients across different segments of the market", he added.

"Our plan is to be robust for the forthcoming year, but we have got to be able to react quite quickly to briefs that come our way as short lead times will be the challenge," said Leach.

Line Up won a C&IT Excellence Award this year for its work with Inchcape at Fairmont St Andrews.

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