Reach’s director of market insight and brand strategy, Andrew Tenzer, is leaving the company after six years leading across brand and insight.
He first joined the publisher in 2017 as head of group insight, before taking on his current role in 2020. He moved to Reach from BBC Global News where he was head of insight, and previously worked at Channel 4 as research manager.
His next move isn’t confirmed, and it’s unknown whether Reach will be replacing his position.
“I’m very proud of what we’ve achieved – producing award winning research which has shone a light on the advertising and marketing industries, driving brand strategy for our iconic brands, and most recently launching Reach’s first ever dedicated youth content brand ‘Curiously’,” said Tenzer.
Of Tenzer’s departure, Reach’s chief revenue officer Piers North remarked: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank Andrew for all of the great work that he and his team have created for us over the last six years.”
“Andrew’s unique insights have always helped us to engage with our customers and give us a challenging, creative and thought-provoking position.”