Adelaide agency Hybrid goes into liquidation

Adelaide agency Hybrid is closing its doors after going into liquidation. At the time of closing the agency had 14 staff members.

The agency is noteworthy for its short-lived merger with the Adelaide operations of Cummins & Partners.

The two agencies entered a joint venture in 2017, after Cummins & Partners closed their Adelaide branch and moved their staff across to the Hybrid office. At the time the agency rebranded to Cummins Hybrid. Just one year later Cummins & Partners sold their stake in the agency and it rebranded again, reverting back to Hybrid.

Adelaide’s Hybrid Agency has gone into liquidation

Hybrid has appointed Timothy Clifton of Clifton Hall as liquidator of the business, ceasing the businesses operations immediately.

A statement from Clifton Hall said that the agency was “unlikely to be in a position to complete outstanding works” for its current contracts.

The statement also read: “The Liquidator stated that it was disappointing to see a well-known agency unable to continue in the marketplace. The Liquidator added that the he is considering the full financial position of the Company and will report to creditors in due course.”

Most recently, Hybrid created a campaign for Drug & Alcohol Services SA encouraging people to quit smoking.

Hybrid has been contacted for comment.


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