Rob Grimshaw has been at the Financial Times since 2000, recently moving to the position of Managing Director of Ft.com.
On nma.co.uk, Grimshaw describes running an online publishing business as “relatively simple”. “I have three tasks,” he says. “I have to acquire traffic, engage users once they’re on the site, and make money from them.”
Thomas Crampton was a correspondent for the
International Herald Tribune and The New York Times for more than a decade, reporting from five continents, writing a column on Asia and covering Asian politics, economics and culture. Currently based in Hong Kong, he writes here about China, the Internet and New Media seen from Asia, while also advising companies on digital communication strategies. For more information click here...