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Condé Nast Independent Magazines makes its way to Magzter

Condé Nast Independent Magazines from South Africa, which publishes GQ, Glamour and House & Garden, partners with Magzter to increase its digital reader base across the globe.

Magzter already has the US, Indian, German, Mexican, Russian and Chinese editions of Condé Nast magazines in its catalogue.

 
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"Condé Nast Independent Magazines is excited to partner with Magzter in growing the digital distribution of our publications. Magzter is one of the fastest growing digital platforms and we are confident that the association will help us grow our audience," said Bertina Ellis, subscriptions sales manager, Condé Nast Independent Magazines, South Africa

"We're delighted to be sharing a great rapport with the Condé Nast brand over the years, and it gives us immense pleasure to welcome its South African arm to Magzter. For over two decades, Condé Nast Independent Magazines has been engaging millions of South African readers with its compelling titles, and they are now all set to reach Magzter's 35 million readers across the globe," added Girish Ramdas, CEO, Magzter.

"Condé Nast Independent Magazines brings world-renowned lifestyle magazine brands like GQ and Glamour to fashionistas in South Africa. With South Africa being one of the important hubs in the global fashion arena, we're happy to provide digital wings to these magazines, which in turn will propagate the latest South African fashion trends to global audience," said Vijay Radhakrishnan, president, Magzter.

Condé Nast and Magzter are members of FIPP.

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