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Really Useful recruits Wragg

By | Published on Wednesday 12 October 2011

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group has appointed Barney Wragg, the former EMI exec who has worked as a music business consultant specialising in digital in recent years, as their MD.

He will oversee the Really Useful copyright, music and artist management businesses, which were recently spun off from the company’s theatre management operation. It will be a full time role which will see Wragg wind down his consultancy work.

Says Lloyd Webber: “We are delighted that Barney has agreed to join us. He is one of the entertainment industry’s most exciting innovators and an expert in digital media. He has repeatedly demonstrated how new ideas can be combined with traditional forms of entertainment to the benefit of both customers and businesses”.