MCN’s Elizabeth Minogue Departs MCN For New Role At REA Group

MCN’s Elizabeth Minogue Departs MCN For New Role At REA Group
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Multi Channel Network (MCN) has announced the resignation of Elizabeth (Libby) Minogue as national director – multiply integration and content partnerships.

Minogue will join REA Group as executive general manager for media and property related services from mid-December 2015.

MCN CEO Anthony Fitzgerald said Minogue has made an outstanding contribution to the growth of MCN during her 12 years with the business.

“It goes without saying, we are sad to lose Libby from our team. We thank her for the enormous value she has added over the past decade and wish her great success in her new role with REA Group,” said Fitzgerald.

“Libby is a great leader and an inspiration to those who have worked with her. MCN would not be where it is today, without her passion, talent and leadership. ”

During her period with MCN, Minogue has worked in a range of management roles from group account manager, head of channel management and integrated sales to her current role, national director – multiply integration and content partnerships.

The strategy, integration and brand partnership offering Minogue and her team have helped to established and drive has been consistently recognised as market leading.

Fitzgerald said MCN will announce a replacement for Minogue’s role and responsibilities in the coming months.

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