A shop in the centre of Harrogate has closed suddenly this week.
The former Dizzy Duck shop in Albert Street is now being advertised to let by FSS at £22,000 per annum.
A sign in the window says the estate agency re-entered the premises on Monday, on behalf of the landlord. It adds:
“As a consequence of the re-entry, the lease is forfeited and the premises have been secured.”
However, Dizzy Duck continues to trade online and owner Louise Chesters has been posting on its Facebook page frequently this week.
The business had a stall at Ripon market today, and has posted about plans to attend markets in Masham and Thirsk next week.
It changed its business address and phone number before 9am on Monday to remove the Albert Street details.
The Stray Ferret contacted Dizzy Duck about its departure from the shop. The owner declined to comment, but said there would be news coming soon about the business.
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Knaresborough ecommerce firm acquired by Leeds agency
A specialist e-commerce firm in Knaresborough has been acquired by a digital marketing agency in Leeds.
Three members of staff from Audere Commerce have joined Ascensor as part of the deal, including managing director James Withers.
“The Audere Commerce team and I are very much looking forward to joining a larger, more established digital agency.
“Ascensor share our values of delivering advanced digital technology to clients looking to grow through conversion.”
It is the third acquisition for Ascensor in the last 12 months. Managing director Andrew Firth said:
“This is a very exciting deal for Ascensor, and presents an opportunity to build further our ecommerce client base. We will be able to extend the range of services offered to the new clients.
“The skills base represented by this acquisition complements our existing strengths.
“Audere Commerce are ecommerce software specialists, they’ve developed a specialism in B2B ecommerce.
“We will be able to provide the new clients with marketing services, and they’ll benefit from our focus on conversion rate optimisation, that helps website owners to generate the maximum possible value from their digital assets and grow through return on investment.”