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Great Southern Press appoints new BDM

B2B publisher Great Southern Press (GSP) has made an appointment to its sales team, and promotions within its editorial team. 

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Nick Lovering.

Nick Lovering has also been appointed as Business Development Manager, having previously held the role of GSP’s Head of Editorial. Lovering’s strong relationships and knowledge across the energy and infrastructure industries, combined with his editorial expertise, are expected to provide GSP’s advertisers with optimum marketing outcomes. 

Assistant Editors David Convery and Chloe Jenkins have stepped up to jointly lead GSP’s editorial department and manage the company’s key association relationships. 

GSP General Manager Annie Ferguson said “This is a very exciting time for GSP. Nick has developed an excellent understanding of our products and our client base over several years, and I am sure he will excel in this role. Together with our North American Business Development Manager, Deanna Torres-Gonzalez, we have a fantastic team in place and are looking forward to future.” 

Founded in 1972, GSP produces B2B magazines and events in Australia, the USA, Middle East and Europe. Its publications include The Australian Pipeliner, Trenchless Australasia, Trenchless International, Pipelines International, Gas Today and Pipeline, Plant and Offshore (PPO)

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