NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/13 -- Jeffrey Hayzlett, global business celebrity and bestselling author, revealed today that he is joining the Bloomberg Television network as Contributing Editor. In this position, Hayzlett will use his breadth of experience working with small and large businesses to create compelling news and content. He will address business challenges for C-level executives, entrepreneurs and SMBs. Hayzlett will appear regularly on Bloomberg to deliver his distinctive brand of thought leadership on the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
Mr. Hayzlett is known for his straight-shooting, common sense style. His business, marketing and social media expertise is drawn from an illustrious career guiding companies from Main Street to Wall Street and mentoring leading executives, brands and companies.
"It's an honor to join Bloomberg, one of the leading global networks in business and financial news," said Hayzlett. "I look forward to providing the Bloomberg audience with practical insight based on my success and experience."
As CEO of The Hayzlett Group and TallGrass Public Relations, Hayzlett provides strategic marketing and public relations consulting to high growth companies. He is also a well-traveled public speaker, motivating audiences at events and conferences worldwide. He is the author of the bestselling books The Mirror Test and Running the Gauntlet and a seasoned innovative entrepreneur.
About Jeffrey Hayzlett
Jeffrey Hayzlett is a global business celebrity and former Fortune 100 c-suite executive. From small businesses to international corporations, he has put his creativity and extraordinary entrepreneurial skills into play, launching ventures blending his leadership perspectives, insights into professional development, mass marketing prowess and affinity for social media (@JeffreyHayzlett). He ranks as one of the most compelling figures in global business.
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