ACM has capped a transformative first six months of private ownership with the appointment of a Chief Revenue Officer and the engagement of two media industry veterans as strategic advisers.
Tony Kendall, one of Australia’s most experienced and dynamic media executives, has joined ACM as Chief Revenue Officer after completing a three-month review of its sales operations.
Nick Chan, a former CEO of Bauer Magazines, and Robert Whitehead, a former senior Fairfax Media executive, have also been engaged to work with ACM Chief Executive Officer Allen Williams on the next phase of ACM’s strategy and transformation.
ACM executive chairman Antony Catalano said he was delighted to have Mr Kendall formally join the team.
“Together with the engagement of Nick Chan and Robert Whitehead this demonstrates the high calibre of people ACM is attracting,” Catalano said. “Together we are now working to transform ACM into a modern media business with a strong focus on digital revenues.”