Iberian Press enhances its area of information on economics, business, finance and the stock market with the appointment of Martí Saballs as director of Economic Information of the group.
With more than 30 years of experience in the profession, Martí Saballs (La Bisbal d’Empordà, 1967) assumes this new responsibility with the aim of directing and promoting economic information in Prensa Ibérica, coordinating the teams of specialists from the different heads of the group.
Convert the economic supplement Assets, which is currently published on Sundays in EL PERIÓDICO, Raise-EMV and Information, in the first publication of its characteristics in Spain is another of the challenges that Martí Saballs faces in his new performance.
“I am proud to be able to join the extraordinary project business and information that Prensa Ibérica represents. It’s quite a challenge work to consolidate and reinforce the leadership of a group that has such a solid position in Spain”, explains Martí Saballs.
With a degree in Information Sciences from the University of Navarra and an EMBA from IESE Business School, the journalist from Girona accredits a long career. deputy director of the newspaper The world for the past several years, he was previously deputy director of Expansiona newspaper for which he worked as a correspondent in New York, and editor-in-chief of the magazine Economic News.
Saballs has also been Content Manager of the newspaper The chronicler of Buenos Aires and the publications Opening and ITEM.
He is the author of works such as Stories from an economic correspondent (Deust, 2009), What do I do with my money? (Encourage, 2012) or business intelligence (Publishing Platform, 2015).
Leading group of regional and local information in SpainPrensa Ibérica publishes 25 printed and digital newspapersin addition to 26 Chronicles, in eleven autonomous communities and various magazines.
With 1.8 million readers in press and magazines (EGM) and more than 230,000 copies (OJD), the group is the leader in audience and circulation in various autonomies and has a growing position in digital media.
On the Internet, its publications reach 27 million unique visitors and 570 million page views per month.