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Lily & Louis Celebrates Significant Growth for the New Year

Lily & Louis Celebrates Significant Growth for the New Year


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Boutique PR agency, Lily & Louis, is kicking off the new year with the announcement of top new talent and a plethora of high profile account wins.

Hot off the heels of a successful 2013, the Auckland--based agency has appointed Aimee Nicholls as Business Director, a role created to support new business successes and agency growth.

Nicholls has just returned to New Zealand following four years in New York.

She has a deep agency background and brings rich lifestyle experience to the team.

Most recently at award--winning agency Formula PR, Nicholls has worked on a unique mix of brands including Rhone Valley Wines, Wyndham Hotel Group, Newcastle Brown Ale, Schlage, Crocs, Subway, Procter & Gamble, Ashley Fogel, Fairfax Magazines, among others.

“We are thrilled to have Aimee on board as we enter into what is shaping up to be an exciting new year,” said Jacqui Ansin, Managing Partner of Lily & Louis.

“The appointment of a Business Director marks a significant step in Lily & Louis’ evolution and will add value to the agency both professionally and culturally.” In her new role, Nicholls will provide senior level strategic counsel to clients and supervise program creation and execution, as well as lead and mentor junior--level employees, and contribute to agency new business efforts and growth.

Lily & Louis has also welcomed several top new clients to its roster including Heletranz, NZ’s premier helicopter company, kids’ clothing giant Pumpkin Patch, Fujifilm and local designer Ooby Ryn.

The agency also supported the opening of Mekong Baby, Ponsonby’s newest hot spot, late 2013.

With this new growth, Lily & Louis is also on the hunt for a talented, motivated and creative Account Manager to join its team.

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