The Financial Times is set to lose two of its top sales people this
week with the departure of Andy Skarzynski and Richard
Both Skarzynski, UK agency sales manager, and Winchurch-Beale, client
sales manager, are leaving the paper to take jobs outside the media
Former DJ Skarzynski, 28, will be leaving after six years with the FT
for a career in music, working in the Islington recording studio used by
chart-topping duo Shanks & Bigfoot and taking a course in sound
’I have enjoyed working in media but I’ve made a decision to go into
music - it’s now or never,’ he said.
Winchurch-Beale is departing to join an unnamed dotcom startup.
An announcement regarding their replacements is expected early next
The FT makes pounds 200 million a year from display advertising. Its How
to Spend it supplement won the Newspaper Magazine of the Year award in