Globe and Mail publisher and CEO Phillip Crawley has been recognized as a Captain of Industry by the Ontario Printing & Imaging Association.
During a special dinner celebration in Toronto on October 19, Crawley delivered a compelling speech on the Globe’s evolution and vision for the future, highlighting the paper’s partnerships with other publishing companies as a key to its continued success.
Crawley first joined The Globe and Mail in 1998. During his tenure as publisher, the Globe and its staffers have earned 58 National Newspaper Awards as well as several national and international awards. Crawley also serves as a director on the board of directors for the Canadian Newspaper Association.