Mumbrella grows with new appointments

By Craig Daveson in Media News on
Mumbrella revealed a range of new appointments last week as a result of expected growth and a rapidly expanding events series.
 
As previously reported by Influencing, Paul Wallbank has recently signed on as news editor, and his remit has rapidly grown to include the technology brief as well.
 
He is now joined by Josie Tutty (pictured) who is making the jump from the UK to work as Mumbrella’s features editor.
 
Also on the editorial front, former deputy editor Miranda Ward has moved on to a new senior journalist role at Nine, with Abigail Dawson now stepping in to cover the PR and creative beats.
 
Meanwhile, Alex Hayes was bestowed with an updated position, now taking on the mantle of publisher for Mumbrella’s live and Bespoke offerings.
 
The company is currently seeking to hire a new head of event content and editor for its Bespoke division.
 
New appointments across non-editorial roles also include marketing manager Stephanie Borys, and operations manager Angelina Veloso.

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