UPDATE, 15 April 2009: Sadly this business relationship has not worked out as planned, therefore ReadWriteWeb and Susan Scrupski have decided to part ways. As Susan wrote on her blog this week, "It was important to make a clean cut sooner rather than later. We have all parted friends and hope to continue to work together on Enterprise-related projects."
Enterprise channel (which will soon be re-launched with a new design) will focus on new products, case studies, and innovative developments involving Web strategy and execution in a B2B context. Yes, B2B is back!I'm very pleased to announce that Susan Scrupski (a.k.a. "ITSinsider") has joined ReadWriteWeb as our VP Enterprise Content and Programs. Starting today, Susan will assume responsibility for building our editorial and expertise in applying the principals of Web 2.0 to the Enterprise. With a focus on how the Web is disrupting traditional business processes and operations, our
Susan is uniquely qualified to manage this exciting new chapter in ReadWriteWeb's evolution. With advertising, publishing, research, consulting, and blogging street cred in the Enterprise space, she brings two decades of experience to bear on our own business model reinvention. Susan has been a key voice on the Enterprise 2.0 market via her ITSinsider blog since 2006. She is also a member of the elite Enterprise Irregulars blogging consortium, as well as an Advisory Board member of the Enterprise 2.0 annual conference held in Boston and a key adviser to the Office 2.0 conference held each year in San Francisco.
Susan is the fourth full-time member of ReadWriteWeb, after myself (the founder), Marshall Kirkpatrick who joined us full-time in August as VP Content Development, and Bernard Lunn who became COO in December. The rest of our staff are contractors. I am proud of the whole team we have managed to put together without external funding.
Please join me in welcoming Susan into her new role. We have big plans for ReadWriteWeb and we're grateful for the continued support of our readers and sponsors.