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M&M Global restructure01.06.2017
M&M Global, which forms part of the publishing arm at C Squared Networks, is changing its focus as part of a wider company restructure. As of Thursday 1st June 2017, M&M Global will become a site for insight, data, trends and thought leadership.
As a result, it means the current content team of editor Alex Brownsell and reporter Anna Dobbie will be leaving the company to pursue new and exciting ventures.
Jeremy King, COO, C Squared Networks explained: “For the last three years Alex has completely reinvigorated the M&M Global brand, which has included redesigning the brand’s logo, relaunching its website, developing a number of key initiatives and tripling its audience.
“During the last 18 months he has been helped by Anna, who developed the publication’s video portfolio and produced resonating and engaging content from around the world. Both will be missed by the C Squared family and I would like to thank them both for their contribution.”
“I am incredibly proud of the hard work the team has put in to transform the M&M Global brand over the past three years,” added Brownsell.
“Thanks to the efforts of a small band of writers and editors, designers, video producers and digital developers, we succeeded in helping M&M Global to punch above its weight as a publication of significance within the international media and marketing community. I thank C Squared for the opportunity to lead such a cherished title, and wish Jeremy and the team every success with the company’s new strategy.”
As part of this initiative it means M&M Global will be providing thought leadership via video and roundtables, and reports from key industry events such as Festival of Media, Dmexco, Cannes and Mobile World Congress.
The M&M Awards http://awards.mandmglobal.com/ will continue to celebrate excellence in international media and this year’s event will feature Oliver Maletz, head of communications and media planning, Volkswagen as the chair of the judges.
Any enquiries for M&M Global should be directed to email@example.com while the new structure is implemented over the coming weeks.