What do you do?
A: I am a digital marketing apprentice for LemonTop. Being an apprentice, I also work closely with Virtual college who give me the basis of training via webinars whilst I work with LemonTop.
Best part of your job?
A: The best part of my job is going out networking and meeting new people. I absolutely love travelling and occasionally get the train to cities. So far, I have done Leeds, London and York.
Is there anything about your job that you really don’t like?
A: I don’t particularly enjoy the online webinars but it’s part of my training, so I always knuckle down and get them done. Other than those, I really enjoy my job.
Favourite thing about working in this industry?
A: Seeing all the creative work that the team do as actual printed products. I love seeing the bottle labels we’ve created when they are on the shelves, especially as I have played a part in the advertising and promoting of them.
Which company/individual on do you do the most work with?
A: My main focus has been promoting LemonTop through social media, digital marketing and going to networking events but I also work with a lot of other very interesting clients.
Famous people you’d love to meet and why?
A: Declan Mckenna because he is a fantastic musician and has a lot of interesting ideas, including some unorthodox ways to help protect the planet and prevent global warming. Sam Fender would be someone I’d love to take creative inspiration from and Drew because he is so funny, he would take down the tension and sadness after Declan has protested too much about climate change and make everyone happy again.
If you could do something else in business, what would it be?
A: Probably a Fashion Journalist as I’m really into fashion and I often repurpose my old clothes to make something completely new out of them.
What’s your favourite app?
A: Tic Tok, but the less said about that the better.
Have you ever done anything really daring?
A:. I get a massive adrenalin rush from Rollercoasters and Funfair Rides but I once got stuck on the Smiler at Alton Towers.
What’s the best piece of business advice you’ve been given?
A: My nana always said ‘Shy kids get nout’. She just meant don’t be afraid to ask for what you want. Be brave. Throw your hat in the ring and put your hand up.
If money were no object, what would be your ideal car?
A: A top of the range Land Rover or the newest Volkswagen Golf, but they woud have to be in White.
Money no object, your dream holiday would be?
A: To travel to Tokyo during blossom festival. The festivals are celebrated in so many different ways, but most involve eating and drinking out in the parks.
What is your greatest achievement?
A: Getting full marks on my Criminology A-level paper at Durham Sixth Form
How would you best describe yourself in five words?
A: Hyper, friendly, weird, clumsy, talkative.
Where do you see yourself in five years?
A:. Hopefully still working as part of LemonTop Creative with a full team of digital marketing experts.
Who’s the most famous person you’ve ever met?
A: I won a competition to meet Shawn Mendes and I was so starstruck that I left my phone with him and he had to come find me and give it back.
Do you have any guilty pleasures?
A: I couldn’t come to work without my chocolate biscuits.