The former editor of Haymarket’s Campaign magazine Dominic Mills is leaving the company later this month.
Mills is currently editorial director of Haymarket Business Media, which includes the PR Week and Media Week titles. The company said he was due to leave in mid-November.
He is undertsood to be persuing freelance projects. It he is not being replaced.
Mills joined Haymarket from Reuters in 1991 as editor of Campaign and has also edited Marketing and Management Today.
He has been in his current position since 1990 and, according to Haymarket, has dealt with more than ’40 launches, re-launches and acquisitions across more than 10 business sectors”.
In a statement he said: ‘There’s been a huge amount of change at Haymarket Business Media in the last two years, and I have played my part in much of that.
‘Now it’s time for a change in my life, and my plan is to focus on what I enjoy most and do best: creating great content and products, digital or print, and journalism, whether through editing, writing, coaching or mentoring. From 21 November I’ll be in the market to do just that.”
Jane Macken, the managing director of Haymarket Business Media said: ‘Editorial quality is at the heart of Haymarket’s success and Dominic has supported and championed great editorial for over 20 years.
‘We owe him a big vote of thanks for the huge contribution he has made to Haymarket. His experience, wisdom and editorial leadership will be missed.”