Conde Nast

Conde Nast is a mass media company that publishes magazines, websites, and tablet and smartphone applications to industries such as fashion, interior design and decoration, society and celebrity, bridal, travel, and technology. The company also develops film, television, and premium video programs.

Making up its media portfolio is Vogue, W, Glamour, Allure, Self, Teen Vogue, GQ, Details, Lucky, Architectural Digest, The World of Interiors, Brides, Golf Digest, Golf World, Bon Appetit, Epicurious, Ziplist, Conde Nast Traveller, Wired, Ars Technica, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, WWD, Style.com, Footwear News, NowManifest, Beauty Inc., M, Fairchild Summits, and more.

Conde Nast reaches more than 263 million consumers in over 30 markets through its 143 magazines and 130 websites as well several other ventures in education and dining.

Conde Nast was founded in 1909 and is headquartered in New York City, United States. The company currently operates as a subsidiary of Advance Publications.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Advance Publications
HQ
New York, US
Founded
1909
Conde Nast was founded in 1909 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People at Conde Nast

Charles H. Townsend

Charles H. Townsend

Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer
Joe Simon

Joe Simon

Chief Technology Officer
John Bellando

John Bellando

Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President of Accounting and Finance
Dave Corboy

Dave Corboy

VP, ZipList Software Development
Armando Landolo

Armando Landolo

Freelance Blogger
Louis Cona

Louis Cona

President of the Condé Nast Media Group and Chief Revenue Officer
Matt Starker

Matt Starker

Business Development, CN Entertainment, Director
Robert A. Sauerberg Jr.

Robert A. Sauerberg Jr.

President, Group President- Consumer Marketing
Steve Newhouse

Steve Newhouse

Chairman of CondéNast
Thomas J. Wallace

Thomas J. Wallace

Editorial Director
Jill Bright

Jill Bright

Chief Administrative Officer

Conde Nast Office Locations

Conde Nast has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
1 World Trade Center

Conde Nast Data and Metrics

Conde Nast Summary

Founding Date

1909
Conde Nast is a subsidiary of Advance Publications

Traffic Overview of Conde Nast

Conde Nast Online and Social Media Presence

Conde Nast News and Updates

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City Moves for 31 August 2017 - who's switching jobs?

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