Meister Media Worldwide Realigns
Meister Media Worldwide, CropLife Media Group's parent company, has made several executive management changes to lead the company's continued global growth and diversification.
December 28, 2009
Meister Media Worldwide, global communication and information center for specialized agriculture worldwide, has made several executive management changes to lead the company’s continued global growth and diversification.
Meister Media Worldwide (MMW), global communication and information center for specialized agriculture worldwide, has made several executive management changes to lead the company’s continued global growth and diversification:
- Michael L. DeLuca, is promoted to President to lead the global expansion of integrated media and business solutions for all Meister markets. DeLuca was formerly Vice President, Sales and Integrated Marketing at Meister and prior held digital, events, PR, and editorial management positions in the media industry.
- William J. Miller takes on the role of Vice Chairman to lead new strategic geographic and market initiatives. He also assumes executive responsibility for Meister’s affiliated companies. Miller was formerly President at Meister.
- K. Elliott Nowels, Vice President, Business Development, will expand his role in executing components of MMW’s long-term growth strategy. He will also continue his work as director of Clear Window MultiMedia, Meister’s creative integrated solutions group.
“The volatile business climate and dramatic shifts in global agriculture have created exciting new opportunities for Meister to extend its leadership in serving these markets around the world,” says Gary T. Fitzgerald, Chairman and CEO. “We are committed to developing new integrated media and business solutions to support global agriculture in meeting the challenge of supplying quality food and fiber for an expanding world population.”
Meister Media Worldwide, based in Willoughby, OH, brings integrated media and business solutions to global agricultural market communities including fruits and citrus, vegetables, cotton, ornamental horticulture, precision agriculture, plant protection, and Latin American agriculture. Offerings include 17 regular magazines, digital products and services with 15 e-newsletters and 25 websites as well as trade shows, exchange events, video production, web development, research and creative business development services. Visit Meister Media Worldwide at www.meistermedia.com.