Lexicon Marketing Ltd (company no. 08217936) trading as lexicon/london, is operated by James Wrighton, a specialist financial marketer with over 15 years of experience in the industry. James has developed a wide range of skills in his time managing marketing activity for some of the biggest financial brands in the world - on the client-side with Barclays, Coutts, RBS, UBS, ABN Amro; and on the agency-side with JPMorgan, Credit Suisse, Thomson Reuters, Deutsche Bank and Standard & Poor's. Rather than simply managing projects and delegating the actual work to agencies or other staff, James has always preferred to get stuck into the creative and technical aspects. As a result his ability to design, write, build and promote material and campaigns is fairly unusual and highly valuable to businesses seeking cost-effective marketing support.
Lexicon London's working hours are highly flexible given a client base that spans the globe, from New York, via London, to Hong Kong and Australia. It is not unusual for conference calls to be conducted at 10pm GMT, or for emails to be handled in the early hours of the morning. No matter where a firm is based, Lexicon London will always seek to turn around work in timescales that suit the client. A particular advantage to U.S-based clients is the ability to send a brief to Lexicon London at close of play (PST or EST) and to have the work itself back in the inbox by the start of business the next day.
Occasionally, when things are particularly busy, or when a project requires some unusual skills, Lexicon will use external resources to provide support. These include people that I've worked with over the years, that I trust and that know will deliver high quality work in short timescales. This additional resource is costed as if it were my own time.
Work in the city, live in the country
It might seem strange that a company named 'London' is based in Suffolk. But considering the sheer scale of the capital, it's place on the world financial stage, and the ease of home-working and commuting, the influence of London spreads far beyond EC1A or E14. Having lived in London for 13 years and spent nearly 50% of that on the tube, it seemed a better idea to work in/for London but live in the country. Suffolk is pretty close to the city, especially here just over the Essex border, and the cost of living is lower. Cost savings that can be passed on to clients.
Lexicon Marketing Ltd
2 Westgate Terrace
Suffolk CO10 9DW