Big News at LittleThings: New Office, Executive Promotions

Much to celebrate at the two-year anniversary stage.

Starting next Monday, women’s lifestyle website LittleThings will be styling from a whole new vantage point. The company has tripled the size of its New York headquarters with a move to a new 26,000-square-foot location in the Hudson Yards neighborhood. The company also has offices in Chicago and Los Angeles.

“With our team pushing past 100 people and the expansion of our in-house video, photography and live studio productions, we needed more space,” explains co-founder and CEO Joe Speiser in the forthcoming announcement. “The new office will have one photography and three video studios, all under the leadership of Maia McCann, editor in chief.”

LittleThings recently celebrated its second anniversary and along with the new digs, there are a quartet of major promotions to get excited about. COO Gretchen Tibbits (pictured) is now also president; Justin Festa is moving up to the position of executive vice president of digital; Chris McLoughin, who came on board in the spring as senior vice president of sales and marketing, has ascended to chief revenue officer; and Matt Mirman, with LittleThings since the beginning, is now executive vice president of partnerships.

Right around the time that McLoughlin arrived, LittleThings added a branded content division. The first set of clients to make use of that option include TD Bank, Thrivent Racing and eBay.

McCann meanwhile oversees an editorial team that produces more than 1,600 pieces of content each month. In a sign of the times, that slate now includes 10 weekly Facebook Live broadcasts. On the FB Live front, a mash-up of puppies and Teddy Bears has so far scored the most views.

Previously on FishbowlNY:
The Big Accomplishments of LittleThings

Photo courtesy: LittleThings