BOSTON (PRWEB) January 13, 2020
Situation Publishing has opened up in Boston, MA in response to growing customer demand.
Dan Black, VP of U.S .Sales, is relocating from Situation Publishing’s U.S. headquarters in San Francisco, to head the company’s first office on the U.S. East Coast, which will become a commercial and editorial hub for Situation Publishing over coming months and years.
Dan said: “I am delighted to open new offices that plant us closer to our key partners. Boston is a fabulous city and ideally placed to drive our fast-growing East Coast client base. As digital transformation and innovation drive enterprise technology spending across industries and markets, I look forward to leveraging Situation Publishing’s trusted brands and platforms such as The Register, DevClass, The Next Platform and Blocks and Files to help customers amplify their industry presence, thought leadership and competitive advantage.”
Philip Mitchell, CEO, said: “A presence on the East coast of America helps cement our global coverage of the enterprise technology space. It firms up our commitment to helping our readers make the most informed decisions about the technology that powers their company infrastructure.”
Prior to joining Situation Publishing, Dan headed sales for an EMEA lead generation specialist. His career encompasses media sales and marketing roles at integrated marketing and lead generation companies.
About Situation Publishing
Situation Publishing is a leading global force in B2B technology publishing headquartered in London with offices in San Francisco, Boston, Sydney and Singapore.
Situation Publishing operates a growing portfolio of titles and events, including The Register, DevClass and Serverless, which serve the global tech community.
Situation Publishing works with the world’s leading technology businesses to shape and deliver against their marketing objectives. Our services span account-based marketing, go to market content solutions, demand generation, intent driven display advertising and live events.
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