James Tye is CEO of Dennis in the UK. He'll be speaking at the 41st FIPP World Congress, taking place from 9-11 October in London.
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Tye became the chief executive of Dennis in 2006 and in that time has transformed the company from its traditional print publishing roots to one of the most dynamic media companies in the UK.
As CEO, Tye is committed to continuing Dennis’ success through its dedication to growing Britain’s best loved media brands, restlessly innovating across different platforms to bring audiences new sources of inspiration, information and entertainment.
With this singular focus, Tye has been able to create multi-award-winning brands today to inspire, inform and entertain the audiences of tomorrow.
The company’s portfolio of over 30 brands, operates in four areas of excellence: Current Affairs, Technology, Automotive and Lifestyle, reaching over 50million unique users and selling over 2.5million magazines every month.
Dennis brands include The Week, Auto Express, Alphr.com, BuyACar.co.uk, Cyclist and Viz.
Under Tye’s leadership, Dennis has been nominated for over 94 awards in the last year alone, and is the current holder of the PPA Digital Publishing Company of the Year, AOP Digital Publishing Company of the Year for 2015 & 2016, and the British Media Awards Media Company of the Year 2016 titles.
Tye is the current PPA Chairman and Board Director of Magnetic Media.
James will speak at the 41st FIPP World Congress, 9-11 October 2017 in London, the UK. Meet him there.
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