Former Stuff editor Will Findlater to return to Haymarket

Will Findlater, the former editor-in-chief at Stuff, the Haymarket title, is returning to the publisher as the editor-in-chief for its creative solutions branded content team.

Will Findlater: returns to Haymarket
Will Findlater: returns to Haymarket

Findlater left Stuff to join, the Immediate Media title. 

Guy Cocker, the former editor at video games site GameSpot, was named the global editor-in-chief at Stuff earlier this month.

Haymarket’s creative solutions team has grown business by 59 per cent in the past year. It has also renewed the LG partnership for the third consecutive year – a microsite called How To Live It that hosts information about the latest home entertainment and mobile tech.

Findlater will take on the role in January. He said: "This role provides a great way for me to turn my skills to helping some of the world’s best-known brands, and to work closely with the most talented editorial and commercial teams in specialist media."


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