Holden Page, copy editor at TechCrunch, is leaving the organization. He tweets:
“Today is my last day @TechCrunch as I start a new role next week (TBA). The whole team has been incredibly kind and fun to work with, and I’m going to miss them. This will also end a ~4-year run of editing @alex‘s morning reports between 3 different pubs. Will miss it dearly <3”
Currently, he is also the managing editor at Mixpanel.
Previously, Page was managing editor, project manager for news at Crunchbase. He also worked at Timeshare CMO as a project manager where he developed greenfield brand strategy for data visualization startup Mareana.
He also served as editor at Lawyerist.com and as a technical writer at Logical Position. Before that, page was with Cazarin Interactive working as a contractor.
He is also the owner of Page Ventures, a private consulting practice offering content, copywriting, and community management services.
Page graduated from St. Cloud State University with a degree in marketing.