"We're looking to launch new brands in other verticals, take our model and tweak it and apply it to similar models to media and marketing but different industries," he says.
For anyone hoping that may suggest mission creep on Digiday's part, Morrissey says staying true to a USP is key - for his site, and all other publishers. He calls it "the power of building a differentiated brand".
"At Digiday, we believe in having a focused brand," says Morrissey, speaking at his own Digiday Publishing Summit in Colorado. "There is going to be a reckoning for publishers that haven't focused solely on audience development."
Digiday ha grown to number 54 people, including expanding its London team from two to three and a growing roster of events in Europe.
This interview took place at the Digiday Publishing Summit in Vail, Colorado, in March.
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