kbbreview, the industry’s leading business magazine for more than 35 years, has named its new editor.
Rebecca Nottingham takes the helm, having previously been deputy editor of kbbreview for eight years. For the past year, she was commercial editor across the whole Taylist Media portfolio.
Vicki Evans is the current deputy editor and will work closely with Nottingham to maintain and grow the enviable editorial reputation of the magazine and its digital offering at kbbreview.com.
She returns to kbbreview to take over from Tim Wallace, who left last week to pursue a freelance career after 15 years on the title.
“I’m so excited to be the new editor of kbbreview,” said Nottingham. “I love this industry and really respect and value our place in it, so I can’t wait to get started. We’ve got a great team here and we’ll make sure that kbbreview continues to offer a unique perspective on the sector and all the issues and triumphs it faces.
“I’ll see you all at the awards next week!”
kbbreview was first published 35 years ago and Nottingham is only the seventh editor the magazine has had. Including her, the past four deputy editors have all become editor.
“We’ve always believed in consistency and succession planning when it comes to kbbreview,” said Taylist Media managing editor Andrew Davies – himself a former kbbreview deputy editor and editor. “When Tim decided to let me know his plans, there was no question who the obvious candidate was to take on the mantle.
“Rebecca has an extensive knowledge of the industry and a great understanding of what kbbreview can offer it in the future. She started as my deputy editor when I was editor, so I know just how good she is and how much she’ll bring to it.”
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