Growing Lincolnshire architecture, sports and leisure firm LK2 has welcomed Jasmine Lui as a marketing assistant, to support the company’s campaigns and raise awareness of its high profile work.
Jasmine has taken up the role after providing administration support at LK2 for a number of years. Prior to her role in marketing, Jasmine also completed her NVQ qualifications, working as an apprentice teaching assistant.
“I’m so grateful to have been given the opportunity to work for such a thriving business, LK2 has continued to go from strength to strength, and I am excited to be part of shaping its future. I have always had a keen interest in how marketing can impact a business positively, and I feel that LK2 has an impressive history and portfolio to promote.
“I am excited to make a start in my new role, and I cannot wait to face new challenges and develop a future and career at LK2.”
Jasmine will be working closely with LK2’s head of marketing, Amy Thompson, who is shaping a dynamic marketing strategy for the firm.
Paul Starbuck, director at LK2, said:
“Having Jasmine join our team is a fantastic milestone in our development, as we are continuing to look for new ways to communicate with our existing and potential clients across the UK.
“We are certain Jasmine will have a positive future here at LK2 and I welcome her to the team.”
LK2 is a unique firm of consultants who specialise in architecture, sports and education project development. The business works on a number of projects ranging from residential properties and office spaces to the development of town centres and large sports facilities.
LK2 is currently searching for a senior architectural technologist and a sports consultant – to bolster its growing sports and leisure team, following an increased number of sports projects in the pipeline for LK2.