Man of Many Announces A Slew Of Leadership Promotions

Man of Many Announces A Slew Of Leadership Promotions
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Australian men’s lifestyle publication Man of Many has continued its expansion in digital publishing with the promotion of three senior staffers to new leadership positions and the hire of a new Account Associate in the branded content team.

Nick Hall has been promoted to editor in chief after two years at Man of Many. This follows Hall winning Journalist of the Year in B&T’s Best of the Best Awards in 2021, being nominated as a Finalist for Editor of the Year – Consumer/Custom in the 2021 Mumbrella Publish Awards and Finalist for Journalist/Producer in B&T’s 30 Under 30 Awards for 2021.

Hall will be leading the ambitious expansion of Man of Many’s editorial team and future plans for in-house multimedia production such as podcasting and video.

Denise Barnes has been promoted to head of branded content after five years at Man of Many. Barnes has risen through the ranks after joining the business as an intern in 2017.

In this time, she has managed large-scale content campaigns for partners like American Express, The Balvenie, Longines, Moncler, Tommy Hilfiger, Valentino, Ben Sherman and was recently recognised with Man of Many as a finalist for branded content Studio of the Year in the Mumbrella Publish Awards, and Barnes nominated as a Finalist for Creative Producer in B&T’s Women in Media Awards in 2021.

As head of branded content, Barnes will take responsibility for campaign execution, production and delivery across all of Man of Many sponsored offerings.

Tim Fernandes has been promoted to senior sales & partnerships manager after one and a half years at Man of Many.

Fernandes was awarded Salesperson of the Year in the 2021 Mumbrella Publish Awards and was also recognised as a Finalist for Commercial Director in B&T’s Best of the Best Awards in 2021.

During his time at Man of Many, Fernandes has secured partnerships with premium brands such as Under Armour, JBL, Samsung, eToro, New Balance and Sennheiser.

This follows six years of experience leading the advertising, sales and partnerships at Men’s Fitness Magazine.

Clelia Niyikiza has been appointed to the new role of account associate within the branded content team. Niyikiza will be supporting the ongoing growth and expansion of Man of Many’s client partnerships.

Co-founder Frank Arthur said “We’re extremely proud of the achievements of our leadership team who have been instrumental in Man of Many’s growths in recent years.

All have continued to deliver outstanding results for both our audience and partners and are very deserving of these promotions.

“We’re excited for what’s ahead in 2022 as Man of Many continues the expansion of both our team and client offerings into video, podcasting and events”.

The promotions and new hire caps off an impressive year for Man of Many in being recognised in AFR’s Fast 100 List, SmartCompany’s Smart 50 List and winning a number of Mumbrella Publish Awards including Brand of the Year, Consumer Publication of the Year and Newsletter of the Year in 2021.

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