Kenyons expands its creative team to meet growing client demand

After continued positive growth, we are pleased to be growing our team, with new additions across both the creative studio and marketing department.

Luke Forrester-Woods arrives at Kenyons as a graphic designer, having previously served in-house as a junior graphic designer for a national health club chain.

Chloe Lloyd, creative campaigns executive, has joined the team full time after completing a six-month placement with us through the Government’s Kickstart Scheme. “It’s brilliant to be welcoming two new team members on board to support the growth of the agency,” said Rosie Kenyon, managing director of Kenyons. 

“Bringing new talent into the business and supporting their development is important to me and to the wider agency. Luke and Chloe will be crucial to the continued delivery of thoughtful, creative solutions for our clients.” 

The growth of the creative team at Kenyons coincides with the commencement of new projects and partnerships with several local and regional clients. 

We’ve been working with Liverpool John Lennon Airport since 2021, supporting the brand on multiple projects, including a ‘return to travel’ marketing campaign and social PR support for the launch of its Frankfurt connection with German airline, Lufthansa. 

We continue to work with the airport, delivering video, animation, design, brand, PR and social media support, as required throughout the year.

“I’m very pleased to see our relationship with John Lennon Airport continue to evolve and grow,” said Aaron McDonald, creative content director at Kenyons.

“They have a fantastic team who share our passion for finding creative solutions that deliver commercial value, and we’re looking forward to working more closely with them throughout the year.” 

We are also working with Wigan Council on two place marketing campaigns to position Wigan Borough as a leading destination in the north of England. 

The campaigns, Love Local and Visit Wigan, are showcasing the wealth of retail and leisure opportunities in the area – for locals and visitors alike – and are currently being deployed through PR, social media and out-of-home marketing activity. 

We have also partnered with Strawberry Field to deliver our latest pro-bono work. One of Liverpool’s leading tourist attractions, also delivering positive community impact programmes, we are working with them to launch and raise awareness for their new John Lennon-themed art exhibition. 

Rosie Kenyon added: “We saw considerable growth in 2021 and it’s great to see this now continuing throughout 2022, with our team working thoughtfully and innovatively to produce impactful campaigns that deliver real value to our clients.” 

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