Leadership changes at Fast Company – WWD

Monday, January 10

Changes in the owner of Fast Company

Mansueto Ventures, the owner of Fast Company and Inc., has appointed Stephanie Mehta as chief operating officer and the newly created chief content officer position. Mehta will replace Eric Schurenberg, who stepped down after 10 years with Mansueto Ventures, as CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Inc.

Mehta has served as the editor-in-chief of Fast Company since March 2018. She previously served as deputy editor at Vanity Fair, and held senior leadership roles at Bloomberg Media and Fortune.
She said, “I am delighted to be working with the entire team to help run the company and our two tiered editorial brands, Inc. and Fast Company, in this rapidly changing media landscape. .”

Joe Mansueto, founder of Mansueto Ventures, added, “Stephanie’s stewardship at Fast Company over the years has resulted in an incredibly remarkable press that we are all proud of. Her leadership and collaboration with her peers has resulted in significant growth across our live events, podcasts, and accreditation programs. For these reasons and more, I believe she is particularly well positioned to lead Mansueto Ventures. ”

A new Fast Company EIC has yet to be named.


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