The Agricultural Engineers Association (AEA) has announced the appointment of Kayleigh Holden in the newly created role of Marketing and Communications Manager. Kayleigh succeeds Debbie Dale who after 22 years at the organisation is retiring.
Operating out of the Peterborough head office, Kayleigh will be responsible for the promotion of the AEA within the farming and outdoor power equipment industries whilst increasing commercial awareness of what the organisation has to offer. She will also be working closely with the UKTI to promote international trade opportunities for UK businesses and will undertake the role of Secretariat to the Outdoor Power Equipment Council.
Having previously worked within the agricultural industry at several key manufacturers and having attended Harper Adams University, Kayleigh has a real passion for the industry.
Kayleigh commented “I am really looking forward to building on the excellent reputation the AEA has for the promotion and support for UK manufactures and suppliers, and I am delighted to be able to be part of such a knowledgeable team.”
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