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Irish Studio Ramps up Expansion Plans with New Appointments

Katie Molony, Cheif Digital Officer
Dee Laffan, Editor Food & Wine

Irish Studio, the company which bought a number of Norah’ Casey’s Harmonia titles towards the end of 2017, has made a number of key appointments including that of Katie Molony to the role of Global Chief Digital Officer and Dee Laffan as Editor of Food & Wine.

In all 12 new hires have been made by the company across editorial, digital sales, account management, events, audience development and analytics. The roles are based across Ireland and the U.S.

“Our continuous investment into Irish Studio will lead our trusted brands through this period of digital growth. The new hires will be joining our existing dynamic team who are dedicated to serving the Irish and global Irish Diaspora communities and will help fuel our growth,” said Mike Rich, Global CEO, Irish Studio.

Titles and events within the Irish Studio portfolio include IrishCentral, Irish Tatler, U Magazine, Food & Wine, Ireland of the Welcomes, Irish Tatler Man, FarePlate, The Genealogy Event, Qinetic, British Heritage Travel, and Auto Ireland.

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