Man Of Many Names Val Morgan’s Ante Pedic As Agency Sales Director

Man Of Many Names Val Morgan’s Ante Pedic As Agency Sales Director
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Australia’s Largest Men’s lifestyle publication Man of Many has continued its expansion in digital publishing.

Ante Pedic (pictured), former Val Morgan digital advertising & partnerships manager, has been named agency sales manager.

With several years working in the advertising, sales and partnerships teams at Val Morgan Digital and Pedestrian Group, Pedic brings a wealth of experience collaborating with premium brands. He previously worked with the likes of eToro, RSVP, Warner Bros., Uber, Paramount & Coca Cola through a mixture of tier-one agencies & direct relationships.

“I’m really fortunate that my previous sales experience in recruitment transferred really well into digital media, a space I’ve genuinely enjoyed working in and has led me to Man Of Many. I’m excited to come on board now and help carry on the brand’s already strong momentum, specifically in the agency space,” Pedic said.

The new agency sales manager appointment caps off an impressive period for Man of Many. The Sydney-based men’s lifestyle publication launched its eCommerce store, the Man of Many Shop in April 2021. After a recent nod as finalist for Journalist of the Year in B&T’s 30 Under 30 Awards, Man of Many Digital Editor Nick Hall is up for Editor of the Year in the Consumer category.

Tim Fernandes, sales & partnerships manager at Man of Many, was also nominated for Salesperson/Team of the Year and Scott Purcell, Man of Many’s co-founder is up for Publish Leader of the Year.

As a wider publication, Man of Many received five other award nominations in total including Brand of the Year, Website of the Year, Consumer Publication of the Year, Branded Content Studio of the Year and Newsletter of the Year.

Pedic said he was delighted to join the Man of Many team at such a pivotal point in the publication’s evolution.

“From the first time I saw Man of Many, I connected with the brand so I’m extremely excited to be part of the team and to accomplish some great things,” he said.

Since launching in 2012, Man of Many has cemented an impressive list of clients, forming integral partnerships and completing major campaigns with brands such as Apple, American Express, TAG Heuer, Samsung, Moncler and IKEA just to name a few.

Co-founder Frank Arthur said “We’re extremely excited to have Ante join our team. His results-driven track record and a strong commitment to understanding client needs make him a valuable asset not only for the growth of Man of Many but for the success of the brands that we partner with.”

“Pedic’s appointment comes at a pivotal moment for Man of Many. In addition to our suite of branded content solutions, we have also expanded our premium opportunities which include live and virtual events and experiences, product collaborations and e-commerce partnerships.”

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