THIIS team expands with new Advertising Sales Manager
THIIS magazine, the mobility industry’s longest-running trade publication, has expanded its team with the addition of Joe Fahy, who joins the publication as its new Advertising Sales Manager.
With over 30 years of advertising experience, Joe will be working on all BHTA Engage publications and introducing companies in the industry to the various packages available to help them reach more customers.
On starting his new role, Joe said: “I’m looking forward to the new challenge ahead in joining. I’m also excited to meet everyone in the industry and to learn more about the industry itself.”
Having worked in both consumer and trade sectors, Joe has worked for various trade associations in the past, including British Water and the Fitness Industry Association.
He added: “I’ve had two hip replacements, so I already know a bit about the world of mobility. When I saw the job advertisement and looked at the magazine, joining BHTA Engage as the new Advertising Sales Manager really appealed to me.
“Having been in publishing for almost three decades, I can tell that the quality of the magazine and the content is great and know I want to help ensure the experience from the sales side of the magazine is beneficial for both our readers and our advertisers.”
BHTA Engage publishes THIIS, the monthly trade magazine that has been keeping the industry informed with the latest trade news, products and views for 20 years.
The organisation also owns AT Today, an online resource for healthcare professionals to stay informed about the latest assistive technology innovations on the market.
Calvin Barnett, Managing Editor of BHTA Engage, commented: “Having Joe join the team is very exciting and will really help us to deliver more for our advertisers and readers as we enter the magazine’s 20th year.
“With our new website and a number of new, popular monthly features introduced last year, the addition of Joe puts us in a very strong position to continue keeping the industry in the know for the next two decades to follow.”
To get in touch with Joe, contact him via firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07384258372