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Ad agency Lime takes on its first graduate trainees

Eric John and Erin O’Hare join as junior copywriter and account executive

Lime Advertising Eric JohnLime Advertising has hired its first two graduate trainees, appointing Eric John and Erin O'Hare as junior copywriter and account executive respectively.

Johngraduated this year with an MSci Genetics degree from the University of Nottingham and held two editorial positions – that of science editor and editor-in-chief – alongside his university studies.

Meanwhile, O'Hare, who also graduated this year, with a BSc Physiology degree from the University of Edinburgh experience of assisting patients in community pharmacies.

“We are delighted that Erin and Eric have joined the Lime team. They are both incredibly sharp, intelligent individuals who will add yet another twist to the Lime offering,” said Alex Fone, managing director of Lime Advertising.

“Lime is all about providing our clients with the best creative and strategic ideas. The addition of these bright new minds to our pool of talent will ensure that we continue to deliver on this promise.”

Fone added: “Our team will stand by our conviction to deliver the right strategic and creative solutions for each client's marketing needs. Our intention is to seek out clients that genuinely want to work with creative people to improve the prospects of their brand.”

9th November 2012

From: Marketing

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