Industry Veteran to Join Leading Online Consumer Electronics and Technology Review Site’s Growing Team
Digital Trends, the fastest growing online destination for consumer electronics news and reviews, today announced the appointment of Nathan Bell as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer. In his new position, Bell will oversee all aspects of the company’s finance and accounting operations.
Prior to working at Digital Trends, Bell served as the Chief Credit Officer for Native American Bank in Denver Colorado, and has held positions at TransUnion, Commercial Federal/Bank of the West, and Nationwide Funding. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Computer Systems from Bradley University and an M.B.A. from DePaul University. Prior to moving to Portland, Bell served on the Board for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Risk Management Association, and was the founder and chapter leader of the Denver DePaul University Alumni Chapter.
“Nathan brings years of financial experience to the table, and will help to shape the future path of the company as it continues to evolve and grow its awareness amongst technology readers,” said Ian Bell, Chairman and CEO, Digital Trends. “We’re pleased to welcome him to the Digital Trends team.”
John Gaul, the company’s former CFO, will retire and remain with Digital Trends in an advisory role.
About Digital Trends
With 3 million visitors each month, DigitalTrends.com is the first stop for everyday readers, working professionals and gadget enthusiasts alike looking to make sense of how gadgets, games, home theater components and other tech-related products fit into their everyday lives. Products covered include MP3 players, PDAs, digital cameras, computers and peripherals, home audio, automotive electronics, videogames and systems, multimedia projectors, televisions, satellite services, personal video recorders, cell phones and office furniture. Digital Trends also provides news about trends in digital entertainment, home connectivity, VoIP and other telecommunications services. For more information, visit www.digitaltrends.com.
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