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New Strategic Business Director Appointment for Rhapsody

Rhapsody has strengthened its client services team with the appointment of Dave Bibby, formerly of Williams Lea Tag, into the new role of Strategic Business Director.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 25 May 2018 07:15

New Strategic Business Director Appointment for Rhapsody

Dave Bibby: "Rhapsody has great people, great technologies and a clear vision to expand the business."

Dave Bibby has extensive industry experience and a strong track record in managing and delivering multi-channel marketing with both clients and global agencies. He spent 14 years at Williams Lea Tag in roles including Director of Implementation and Global Operations Director, working with brands such as Jaguar Land Rover, Proctor and Gamble, RBS, H&M and more.

As Strategic Business Director, he will project manage Rhapsody’s operations including developing structured and standardised processes from initial client assessment through to contract preparation and implementation. He will mobilise the operations and business development teams to build and deliver agile processes ensuring clients are on-boarded quickly and effectively, says Rhapsody.

Andy Berg, Digital Group Managing Director, Walstead Group said: “This appointment represents the next step in the evolution of Rhapsody, as we build a strong management team and a solid foundation for growth. In bringing Dave on board, Rhapsody will gain one of the most experienced and respected people working in media production. He brings the perfect combination of strategic thinking and leadership experience which will deliver excellent outcomes for our clients.”

“Rhapsody has great people, great technologies and a clear vision to expand the business,” added Dave Bibby. “I can see big growth potential for Rhapsody in working with some leading brands and publishers to improve their marketing efficiencies and I’m looking forward to helping facilitate this change.”

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