PORTLAND, Ore., June 22, 2020 — Digital Trends, the premiere Millennial-focused tech publisher, has appointed Travis Stovall to their board of directors.
Stovall is the CEO and Founder of eRep, Inc., a business focused on helping companies and individuals recognize their highest level of human performance. To the Digital Trends board, he brings a history of financial management, marketing and organizational development.
“We’re looking to Travis to bring his community-oriented wisdom and experience to our leadership team,” says Digital Trends CEO Ian Bell. “As we continue to grow and evolve, we’re looking for guidance on how we can grow in the best directions possible. Travis is a beacon for that.”
“Digital Trends is an anomaly in media, in that they’ve been ahead of the curve with respect to diversification of revenue and being audience-focused,” says Stovall. “I’m excited to be part of its next chapter of growth.”
Stovall’s announcement comes on the heels of Digital Trends’ hire of Kelly Dachtler, the company’s first ever Chief Brand Officer. The addition of Stovall is the next step in the company’s continuous growth.
About Digital Trends
Digital Trends, the largest independent premium technology publisher in the world, guides consumers through an increasingly complex digital world by humanizing technology and filtering out the noise. With easy-to-understand product reviews, entertaining news and videos, Digital Trends is the largest publisher of its kind, and each month reaches more than 200 million readers through its own media network, social networks, and partners including Youtube, Flipboard, Apple News, Yahoo!, Google, Amazon, and more. Digital Trends is headquartered in Portland, OR with offices in New York City, Los Angeles, Detroit, Toronto, and Chicago. For more information, visit www.digitaltrends.com.
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