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Lime Advertising promotes Rachel Lamb

She becomes the agency’s art director

Lime Advertising Rachel LambWindsor, UK-based healthcare agency Lime Advertising has appointed Rachel Lamb as its new art director.

Lamb joined the company in May 2015 as a senior designer, bringing experience from N2O Limited, where she served as a creative designer and visualiser working on integrated brand activation campaigns.

Prior to this, Lamb was a marketing assistant at Stressfreehire, working on the company's rebrand, which included website design and development.

Alex Fone, Lime's managing director, said: “Since joining us as senior designer, Rachel has consistently and repeatedly shown us the quality of her conceptual thinking, as well as her flair for bringing ideas to life with her strong art direction and design.

“Asking her to step up to the role of art director was a very straightforward decision and I look forward to seeing what she will achieve in her new role.”

26th February 2016

From: Marketing

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