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Lyndon leads the way for growing agency

Lyndon JohnsonMarketing agency Aylesworth Fleming has appointed an account director as it continues its rapid growth.

Lyndon Johnson brings 20 years’ experience in the property and marketing industries to the job and will play a leading role nationally in continuing to expand the firm, based at Kibworth Business Park, Kibworth Harcourt.

Lyndon, not named after the 36th US president but just because his father liked the name, worked in estate agency across the Midlands for a number of years before beginning his career in advertising and marketing where he worked for many clients across the property, energy and hospitality sectors.

He said: “It’s very exciting to join the team at Aylesworth Fleming as they continue to grow at such an incredible rate.

“I’m particularly looking forward to using my expertise and experience to widen the scope of the office and bring new accounts to the agency.”

Managing director David Watts said: “I’m delighted to welcome Lyndon on board, particularly at a time when demand for our services is increasing.

“Over the last few years, the face of marketing has changed as more digital channels have opened to clients and audiences are growing ever more media-savvy, wanting quality information delivered quickly.

“Lyndon will be instrumental in bringing his wealth of experience into play and leading clients to fantastic results. He is already proving an invaluable member of the team and we’re very excited to see what the future holds.”

Lyndon has begun work on new and existing clients including retail accounts, and will also be developing new business relationships.

The Aylesworth Fleming office in Kibworth Harcourt manages nationwide marketing and PR accounts for clients including Fairview New Homes, Bellway, Bloor Homes, Davidsons Homes and Chestnut Homes.

Aylesworth Fleming is now part of the international OLIVER brand and employs over 200 people in London, Bournemouth, Manchester and Scotland, while 17 employees now work at the Leicester branch.