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Condé Nast International appoints Jamie Jouning as chief revenue officer

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Jamie Jouning has been appointed chief revenue officer of Condé Nast International, a new position, it was announced today by Jonathan Newhouse, chairman and chief executive of the organisation.

Jouning will take the leadership role in generating revenues through a wide range of business initiatives across the 28 markets which comprise Condé Nast International, including multi-platform advertising partnerships, sponsorships, events, video, branded content and programmatic sales. The London based office will provide a single point of contact to support business partners who need to navigate the increasingly rich possibilities and offers available to them.

“We want to make it easier for our business partners to develop solutions and achieve their business goals. We are here to help them build their brands, reach their customers and make money,” said Jouning.

The Condé Nast International markets include the leading Western European markets – Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Spain – along with China, Japan, Russia, India, the Middle East, Brazil and Latin America, and many other smaller country markets.

The organisation’s media eco-system has 239 million unique visitors on more than 60 websites around the world and close to 100 magazines. Jouning and his team work in close collaboration with Condé Nast US to provide seamless solutions to business partners.

Jouning is a Condé Nast International veteran who was promoted to commercial cirector earlier this year. He was publisher of British Glamour from 2014 until this year, and previously served as digital director of Condé Nast Britain and launch publisher of Wired. He heads a staff of 25 and will report to Wolfgang Blau, president of Condé Nast International.

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