FleishmanHillard Fishburn hires new business development director

FleishmanHillard Fishburn hires business development director

FleishmanHillard Fishburn has appointed Lyndsay Haywood as director of business development in its London office.

Haywood will support new business opportunities across all of the agency’s practices.

She was previously a partner and director at Lansons. In her 17 years at the agency she directed its corporate, crisis and B2B accounts. She was also responsible for lead generation and all incoming new business enquiries.

Haywood said: “I’m truly excited to be taking on this role at FleishmanHillard Fishburn. It’s an agency known for having a brilliant culture, doing great work for great clients and having amazingly talented staff. That’s an exciting formula for any client or prospective client.”

Ali Gee, deputy CEO at FleishmanHillard Fishburn, added: “Lyndsay’s addition to our team is a real boon and a strong indicator of our ambition for 2018.”

“After a fantastic 2017 we are to keen to continue growth both for our current clients and new opportunities. Lyndsay will be vital to this process and brings a wealth of talent and experience to our team. I’m looking forward to another exciting year for us.”

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