Taco Ketelaar leaving Warner Bros.’ Blazhoffski

Taco Ketelaar, CEO of Blazhoffski, is leaving the company.

Ketelaar’s responsibilities will be assumed by Blazhoffski cofounder and creative director Dan Blazer and company CFO Erik Cornelissen as well as by Warner Bros. International Television Production, based in London.

Dan Blazer said: “Taco has been a great asset to Blazhoffski, providing strong and thoughtful leadership as we grew our international presence, resulting in a partnership with Warner Bros. We wish him well in his new ventures.”

Warner Bros. acquired a majority stake in the producer, which is based in the Netherlands and Belgium, in late 2011.

It makes shows including Hello Goodbye, Figure it Out and Tower C.

Ketelaar, who is one of founders of 2waytraffic, said: “BlazHoffski Group is one of the most creative companies in the business and stronger then ever, my job has been done and I am very proud to leave it in the good hands of the remaining very capable management team. I would like to especially thank Dan Blazer, Erik van der Hoff, Erik Cornelissen, Maurice Dekkers and Geert Willems for their trust in me”.