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LYNX London promote Mark Farnworth to Head of digital


With a background in digital design and development Mark joined Havas LYNX (formerly Creative Lynx) in 2009, and worked with the award winning interactive team for 2 ½ years. This gave Mark a solid grounding and greater understanding of digital, user experience, interactivity and how to effectively engage with an audience. During this time he also lectured multimedia technology at Leeds Metropolitan University. In 2011, his role evolved, and he became more client facing, focussing less on interactive delivery and more on developing digital strategy.

Mark told advertising health ”It has been an amazing 2 years at LYNX, both for the company, and me personally. I was lucky enough to spend large parts of 2012 traveling the world with a number of our clients, delivering digital training academies and sales force excellence workshops. As well as being an incredible experience, this gave me the confidence and platform to progress and continue to build my career.

In late 2012 we opened our office in central London. A brave yet exciting move by the company. I’ve spent 2013 working with our fantastic team, continuing to drive digital excellence and innovation. This resulted in a number of new business wins whilst continuing to excel with our existing clients – delivering campaigns that make a real difference to patients, healthcare professionals and ultimately our clients. Safe to say it’s been an great first year for LYNX London.

I am very proud of what I have achieved to date, but also incredibly grateful for the opportunities I have been given and continued support of our talented creative & development teams. I certainly believe in the motto if you’re good enough, you’re old enough.”