After More Than 70 Years, Cincinnati Agency Northlich Closes Its Doors

Industry changes cited as one reason for shuttering shop

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Independent Cincinnati agency Northlich has announced that it is closing as of today. In a brief statement, the agency said “industry challenges and prevailing market forces” as the main reasons for the closure.

“For seventy years, Northlich’s award-winning creative and our incredibly talented people in partnership with blue-chip companies and brands, have solved some of the toughest marketing challenges, built market share and have surprised and delighted consumers,” noted Kathy Selker, the agency’s CEO. “I am truly grateful to Cincinnati, to our people, our business partners and our clients for all that we have accomplished.”

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