News Corp Australia executive Myles Lagolago-Craig joins global web development agency XWP as CEO

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Experienced Digital Leader to Lead Next Phase of XWP’s Global Growth Plans

Myles Lagolago-Craig

Myles Lagolago-Craig

MELBOURNE, Australia, March 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — XWP, a global web development provider, announces the appointment of Myles Lagolago-Craig as its new Global Managing Director.

Lagolago-Craig will guide Melbourne-headquartered XWP in its mission to tackle the biggest technology challenges in digital publishing, integrate digital and engineering talent from around the world, and enable leading customers industry to tell their story in new and exciting ways. .

The experienced digital leader has been with News Corp Australia for 20 years and has served as Director of Technology and Publishing Services since June 2020.

During his tenure, he led the development of the platforms that powered some of Australia’s busiest websites, including brands such as news.com.au, Fox Sports and The Australian. He also delivered the largest corporate WordPress installation in Australia to over 15 News Corp websites, involving over 1,000 internal employees.

Lagolago-Craig was also responsible for the development of numerous technical projects with key partners such as Google, Facebook and Apple.

Speaking about the appointment, XWP Founder Dave Rosen said, “We’ve been considering taking XWP to the next level for some time, and after a period of unprecedented growth, we’re excited to having Myles on board as CEO.. The breadth of his experience truly speaks for itself, having worked on some incredible projects that have dramatically shaped the landscape of the web over his career. looks forward to the continued growth of XWP under his leadership.

“XWP’s global talent combined with the world-class projects we deliver around the world for major brands is why I’m thrilled to join XWP as CEO,” said Lagolago-Craig. “The opportunity is to leverage the phenomenal growth of the past few years, bring my passion for scaling high performing digital teams, and continue XWP’s commitment to building an open, high performing web. .”

Lagolago-Craig said he looked forward to the challenge of accelerating the growth of XWP, founded in 2013 by Dave Rosen. The company has employees in over 30 countries and counts renowned brands such as Automattic, Rolling Stone, Google and many more among its customers.

“I have worked with XWP as a partner for many years and have always been impressed with their culture and expertise in digital publishing,” said Lagolago-Craig. “Storytelling has never been more important for brands and publishers. Companies rely on experts to navigate at scale and that’s what XWP is positioned for.”

About XWP

XWP is a fully remote web agency, with a team of experts around the world. Together they work with the biggest names in technology, publishing and media to facilitate storytelling with modern editorial tools, improve ownership through intelligently personalized workflows, boost conversions with ultra -fast.

Through the power of reliable tools and the elimination of technical debt, XWP helps companies take ownership of their platform and their goals, crushing KPIs and empowering their digital teams to achieve more.

As strong advocates of the open web, they actively contribute to a number of technologies that underpin their offering. With a team of experienced experts covering all touchpoints of the development lifecycle, they create digital opportunities that have international impact.

For more information on how XWP creates the tools for businesses to do more, visit www.xwp.co or follow @XWP on Linkedin and Twitter for the latest news and updates.

Contact information for additional comments or an interview with an XWP representative:

Scott Batchelor
[email protected]

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