THE STREETS TEAM
Madeleine Lillywhite – MD & Marketing Consultant.
Streets was founded by Madeleine Lillywhite, to provide marketing services to UK businesses.
Madeleine is educated to a degree level in her chosen field, with professional qualifications in marketing (CIM) and media. She is passionate about her work, having worked for 20 years in publishing, working with many international brands – in sectors including motoring, motorcycles, autonomous motoring, lifestyle, sport, leisure and the youth market.
Madeleine was also part of the original team that launched Octane magazine, which has become a worldwide international brand in the motoring and men’s lifestyle market.
A career highlight for Madeleine was creating the digital marketing strategy for Kelsey Media subsequently Kelsey became one of the first UK publishers to sell and offer digital magazines subscriptions on the Apple store and Magazine Cloner for its 38 magazine brands, subsequently creating a new revenue channel for the group.
Outside of work Madeleine loves motoring and bike events, the outdoors, travel, music, meditation and yoga.
Now, as MD of Streets, Madeleine works with talented specialists in design, website development, SEO, content creation and advertising sales.
Madeleine is a specialist in marketing strategies/planning/mix, digital marketing strategies, brand strategies, advertising campaigns, publishing, media buying/planning, email newsletter marketing campaigns, website planning & project management, website content, Google Display Ads, paid-for social media campaigns, insights, customer buying behaviour & segmentation, sales and project management.
Other specialists and team members include:
David Lillywhite – editorial, content, digital & print
David Barzilay – PR, editorial
Matt Howell – photographer
Posh Gecko – film, animation & 3D
Jake Kindred – Videographer
Rob Gould – designer, illustrator, digital & print
Mark Hyde – designer, digital & print, developer
Kathryne Grace – designer
Mark Taylor – SEO, Google Ad Words
Annalie Hempstead – marketing strategy