Fish&Fly Strengthens Its Team
MacNab Media has strengthened its team with the appointment of Henry Giles as Features Editor of FishandFly.com with aims to expand their Salmon and Destination Fishing Portals.
MacNab Media are pleased to announce the appointment of Henry Giles to their editorial team. Henry joins as Features Editor of FishandFly.com our specialist International Salmon and Destination fishing portal.
Commenting on the appointment Richard Hewitt, Deputy Chairman of MacNab Media said “Our portfolio of fishing websites continues to expand rapidly and the time is now right to build on the international reputation of the Fish&Fly brand and expand both the editorial content and our social media offering on our FishandFly.com and FlyForums.co.uk sites. Henry has the ideal credentials to help spearhead this development bringing with him his extensive salmon fishing expertise, network and experience gained at Britain's well-known Trout and Salmon magazine and other publications.”
Henry Giles commented “ 'I am really excited to be today joining Richard, Colin, Paul and the team at MacNab Media. I have great respect for what they are building and have already achieved in the market and fishing media. Moreover I am struck by how very closely this gels with my ideal for an international salmon and destination fishing focus. Editorial content of such a portal and the exciting burgeoning of social media as the active interface and network for thinking and active salmon men and women is now where it is at and it's great to be doing it on board with MacNab Media.' “
Please join us in welcoming Henry to the team - Ed.
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