Goldstein Becomes President of IDW
Adams to Focus on Acquisitions
Published: 12/12/2011 03:05am
IDW Publishing has promoted Chief Operating Officer Greg Goldstein to president. The move was made, the company said, “in recognition of his successes in helping grow the company’s business and presence in the industry.” Company co-founder Ted Adams will remain as CEO and publisher.
Goldstein joined IDW in 2008 (see “Greg Goldstein Joins IDW”), and the company has grown substantially since his arrival.
Goldstein’s added responsibilities as president will allow Adams to move in new directions. “[W]e are exploring new markets and potential acquisitions, and Greg’s role as president will allow me more time to focus on these avenues of expansion, while we continue to elevate our publishing program,” Adams said.
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