Cherryh Butler returns to

LOUISVILLE, KY (PRWEB) April 23, 2015

Networld Media Group (NMG) today announced that Cherryh Butler has returned as editor of and will also oversee three of the companys other news sites,, and

Cherryh is a well-known industry veteran reporter in many of the verticals we cover. She will be developing and providing rich content not only for our sites but also for Networld Media Groups executive summits, including the annual Fast Casual Executive Summit, now in its 10th year, said Kathy Doyle, executive vice president and publisher. Cherryh will also work with the ICX Summit team as a content provider. The Interactive Customer Experience is a subject top of mind for many business professionals working in both the retail and restaurant industries and is a natural fit for a sharing of best practices.

Most recently, Butler was working as content editor at Barkley, an ad agency in Kansas City, where she studied millennials, consumers between the ages of 18 and 37. She wrote several reports and articles about how brands can best connect with those consumers, and her work was featured in several publications, including Forbes and the American Business Journal.

Im so excited to be back at The industry is always changing and growing, and Im happy to be a part of it again. Im also looking forward to working on our other food and retail publications, as well as our summits and Top 100 reports. They give attendees and readers such a solid understanding of the industries, and it feels great to be able to help businesses grow.


Founded in 2000, Networld Media Group is a leading business-to-business (B2B) media communications company specializing in digital media, associations and events in the mobile, self-service, digital signage, retail, food service and financial services industries. Online properties include,,,,,,,, and The company produces executive summits in the fast casual, retail, ATM and mobile payments industries. Its custom media division develops Web sites, premium content and marketing services for associations such as the ATM Industry Association and the Electronic Funds Transfer Association.


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