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Rhapsody appoints Lloyd Hayzer

Rhapsody, the media production agency, has announced the appointment of Lloyd Hayzer who has joined the company from Williams Lea Tag in the role of Account Director EMEA.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 07 March 2018 09:40

Rhapsody appoints Lloyd Hayzer

Lloyd Hayzer: "Rhapsody has a combination of great technologies, great people and an ambition to grow."

Lloyd Hayzer’s appointment follows the recent appointment by Walstead of Andy Berg as Group Managing Director to drive forward the growth of the group’s content services. Other recent initiatives have included the opening of a Spanish operation for Rhapsody in Madrid, and major contract wins at the end of 2017 and the start of 2018, says the company.

Lloyd has been brought in to boost the range of content production services offered to Rhapsody’s clients and to support brands in helping them to implement more efficient multi-channel content delivery.

Lloyd Hayzer has spent his career in creative production and has been at Williams Lea Tag since 2008 where he was Managing Director of Tag Publishing, and more recently, Global Account Director for Williams Lea Tag responsible for print, digital and broadcast. He previously worked as Sales Manager within the Wyndeham Pre-Press division when it was acquired from the Graphic Facilities Group, a position he held since 1995.

Tim Moscow, Managing Director, Rhapsody said: “Lloyd is greatly respected in the industry and has an enormous amount of experience in helping clients with their brand management and content production across all aspects of media. We are delighted to welcome Lloyd to the team and he will be a huge asset to the business in line with our continued growth.”

Lloyd Hayzer said: “Rhapsody has a combination of great technologies, great people and an ambition to grow. This role presents a really exciting opportunity to utilise what I have learnt over the last ten years at Tag to support Rhapsody’s clients with a fully integrated creative production offering.”

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