David Denor Named Florida Trend Publisher
Florida Trend announced that David Denor will become publisher effective today, January 7, 2019.
Andy Corty, who has been publisher for the past decade, will continue as president of Trend Magazines Inc.
"I am honored and privileged for the opportunity to lead Florida Trend," Denor said. "For more than 60 years, Florida Trend has been regarded as the leading source of business news for Florida's influential business executives, government officials, entrepreneurs and civic leaders. Together with its exemplary staff, I look forward to building upon the media company's strong print and digital foundation."
Denor joined Florida Trend as associate publisher in July 2016 and was promoted to deputy publisher in May 2017. Prior to joining Florida Trend, he spent two years as vice president/business development for Hanson Dodge Creative, a full service digital advertising agency. Previous to that, Denor spent 15 years overseeing the business and sales operations for Crain's Chicago Business. He started his publishing career as a senior account executive at the Milwaukee Business Journal.
"Denor is the right individual to take Florida Trend to the next level," Corty said. "He has superb experience in all facets of specialty publishing."
About Florida Trend
Florida Trend is an award-winning business magazine read by 250,000 senior business executives, civic leaders and government officials each month. Delivered via print, mobile and enewsletter, Florida Trend covers business news, executives, industry analysis, regional news round-ups and executive lifestyle. Special features focus on innovation, research and technology, personal finance, law, economic development, small business, travel and restaurants. FloridaTrend.com attracts 110,000 unique visitors and over a million page views monthly; daily enewsletters reach 47,000 subscribers. For more information, please visit www.FloridaTrend.com.
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