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drpgroup continues to expand team

Sara Lyddy and Mark Roddy
The drpgroup has added to its ever-growing team and on this occasion it sees the clients account team expand. Sara Lyddy and Mark Roddy have been appointed as account managers and have joined the drpgroup bringing a wealth of industry experience to the agency, and will look after drpgroup’s financial sector clients.

Sara Lyddy has worked previously at Dyson within a variety of roles over the years her most recent being account director, GB&I marketing. Before her time at Dyson she worked at Shaw Trust as communications and events manager.  Lyddy is excited by the new role as she said “I have a real passion for events and the drpgroup is such an exciting agency, covering a really broad range of disciplines.  I am relishing the opportunity to be part of their growing account team. The drpgroup are going from strength to strength, and so this is a very exciting time to join them – I’m really looking forward to working with the team and to be a part of what lies ahead.”

Working alongside Sara will be Mark Roddy who has worked for GovNet Communications as head of event management. Prior to that, Roddy held the role of event project manager at Marcus Evans, providers and promoters of global summits, exhibitions, conferences and sports hospitality management within the financial services; telecoms; pharmaceutical and energy markets. 

On joining drpgroup, Roddy said: "To have the opportunity to work for a multi awarding winning communication’s agency of drpgroup’s scale is fantastic. Their passion, innovation and client commitment is what attracted me to the organisation, along with their approach to immersing themselves in their clients’ brand and strategy to deliver fully integrated live events.

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