Andy Jordan joins M2M Now as Brand Director

Andy Jordan, WKM Ltd Andy Jordan, WKM Ltd

Kings Hill, Kent, UK. February 10, 2012 — The publishers of M2M Now, WKM Ltd, are delighted to announce the appointment of Andy Jordan (pictured) to the new post of Brand Director. He will be responsible for extending the M2M Now brand worldwide through a variety of new services, while enhancing awareness of the brand in the machine-to-machine (M2M) communications sector.

Following a successful commercial career built at United Business Media (UBM) and its various incarnations (Morgan Grampian, Miller Freeman, and CMP Information) Andy Jordan set up his own media consultancy in 2006.

He has delivered expertise and experience in all aspects of online, event and magazine management, with services ranging from tactical advice and support in sales, marketing and PR to dedicated interim management. During this time his client list has included Travel Weekly Group, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), and the Energy Institute.

Jeremy Cowan, co-founder of M2M Now, said, “Andy brings an enormous range of skills that will benefit the company, from sales, marketing and PR, through event management and development, to online development, business planning and strategy. With M2M communications reaching into so many industry verticals, Andy Jordan’s experience in Agriculture, Construction, Financial Services, Industry, Print, Travel, and Retail — to name just a few — will be invaluable.”

Detailed news of the company’s plans for extending the M2M Now brand will follow here shortly. You can also follow daily developments for the magazine and the editor on Twitter: @m2mnow and @jcm2m

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