Organisational changes at Alma Media; Group Executive Team member Minna Nissinen to leave the company on 26 June 2015
Alma Media Corporation Stock Exchange Release 26 June 2015, 13:10 (EEST)
ORGANISATIONAL CHANGES AT ALMA MEDIA; GROUP EXECUTIVE TEAM MEMBER MINNA NISSINEN TO LEAVE THE COMPANY ON 26 JUNE 2015
Alma Media has decided to implement certain organisational changes pertaining to the Group’s digital functions and digital advertising sales as well as sales support functions, as well as transfer certain low-revenue digital consumer services from the Alma Diverso business unit to other business units. These organisational changes will take effect on 1 August 2015. As a result of the changes, the Alma Diverso unit will be discontinued. The changes will not have any impact on the number of personnel.
In conjunction with the changes, Minna Nissinen, a member of Alma Media’s Group Executive Team and the executive responsible for Alma Diverso, will resign and leave the company on 26 June 2015.
The changes will not have a direct impact on the key figures for Alma Media’s reporting segments.
Alma Media Corporation
Vice President, Corporate Communications and IR
Distribution: NASDAQ OMX Helsinki, main media, www.almamedia.fi
For more information, please contact:
Kai Telanne, CEO, Alma Media Corporation, tel. +358 10 665 3500
Alma Media in brief
Alma Media is a media company focusing on digital services and publishing. In addition to news services, the company’s products provide useful information related to lifestyle, career and business development. The services of Alma Media have expanded from Finland to the Nordic countries, the Baltics and Central Europe. In 2014, the company employed an average of 1,830 professionals (excluding deliverers), of whom approximately one quarter worked outside Finland. Alma Media’s revenue in 2014 totalled approximately EUR 295 million. Alma Media’s share is listed on NASDAQ OMX Helsinki. Read more at www.almamedia.com.
- Published: 26.6.2015, 13:10
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