Angela Byun is senior director of international strategy and development at Golf Digest, a Condé Nast brand. She'll be speaking at the 41st FIPP World Congress, taking place from 9-11 October in London.
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Golf Digest is the most widely-read golf publication in the world reaching more than 10M+ golfers in the US and worldwide with 28 international editions, websites, videos and mobile apps in 17 languages. Under Angie's leadership, she successfully generated new multimillion dollar, multiplatform licensing deals in Asia, EMEA, and Latin America.
From 2006-2015, Angie managed two groups in the corporate group at Condé Nast -- Business Affairs and International. She led all business affairs and negotiations for new business development deals for all 18 Condé Nast brands including content and product licensing, e-commerce and digital initiatives, events, and joint ventures. Angie also oversaw global strategy for the international editions of Golf Digest, Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) and Style.com. She was instrumental in launching Style.com Arabia in 2012 and Style.com Indonesia in 2014, the first fashion titles for Condé Nast in both regions. She also spearheaded global advertising buys across 5 continents and created custom marketing and digital solutions for clients like Mercedes-Benz and Rolex.
From 2004-2006, Angie worked as licensing attorney at Jones Apparel Group, and prior to that, she was an attorney at Paul Weiss. Under President Clinton’s administration, Angie was a law clerk in the Office of the Chief of Staff at the White House in 1999.
Angie is also an Adjunct Professor at Fordham Law School and teaches licensing at the Fashion Law Institute – the world’s first academic institution to offer a degree in fashion law. She holds a J.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School, a B.A. in Political Science and History from U.C. Berkeley, and has studied at Oxford University.
Angela will speak at the 41st FIPP World Congress, 9-11 October 2017 in London, the UK. Meet her there.
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