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Hearst UK extends remit of luxury, young women’s and health MDs

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Hearst UK has today announced that it has broadened the remits of its managing director roles across luxury, young women’s and health brands to maximise collaboration between editorial content and commercial partners.

Jacquie Euwe, managing director, luxury will add publisher responsibilities for Harper’s Bazaar and Town & Country to her luxury sector remit in order to further drive the commercial development of Hearst’s leading brands in this genre. 

Jacqui Cave, managing director, beauty will take on publisher responsibilities for Hearst’s leading beauty brands, Elle and Cosmopolitan, with the remit to support these editorial teams. This is in addition to her role of driving effective commercial synergies for Beauty advertisers across all Hearst’s media brands.

Alun Williams, managing director, health and fitness will take on additional publisher responsibilities for Esquire supporting the Health and Men’s Lifestyle editorial teams and facilitating more joined-up commercial opportunities.

Jacquie, Jacqui and Alun, will report to James Wildman, CEO, Hearst UK. The changes will become effective in March when Duncan Chater, chief brand officer, joins Hearst Magazines Digital Media as global vice president.

Commenting on the changes, James Wildman, said: “We are confident these organisational changes will deliver increased benefit generally and, in Jacquie, Alun and Jacqui, we have three of the very best publishers in the business to drive our multiple and extraordinary luxury, beauty and health brands for our commercial partners.”

Hearst is a member of FIPP.

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