Hannah Lloyd leaves her role as marketing director at PCS Publishing, but stays within the Claverley Group as she moves to her new position with Cubiquity. Hannah said she is thrilled to join the media procurement agency, which works with national and global brands including EasyJet, Merlin Entertainments Group and Taylor Wimpey.
“Cubiquity is such an exciting company to work for as they are renowned for their first-class, customer centric approach with clients that are from a wide range of sectors,” she said. “They work with some of the biggest brands in the UK and I’m pleased to be joining the team, while staying within the Claverley Group.”
It was two years ago that the Claverley Group moved into the print management sector with the acquisition of Surrey-based Cubiquity. The Claverley Group also includes Express & Star publisher the Midland News Association (MNA) along with PCS, newspaper publisher Guiton Group as well as children’s magazine publisher Kennedy Enterprises.
Cubiquity CEO Shane Inger said they were looking forward to welcoming Hannah to the team: “Over the last four years Hannah has made an impressive contribution towards PCS and we are delighted to have her on board here at Cubiquity. We believe Hannah will be the right fit to support our positioning as an award-winning creative agency and we have no doubt that she will make a significant contribution to the growth and future development of the business.”
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