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Condé Nast unveils new Global Commercial Partnerships Team
ByCOMMUNICATIONS TEAM
31 OCTOBER 2019
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Today Condé Nast unveiled a new unified global commercial organization to lead key global accounts and manage multi-market deals across the company’s 38 brands, 31 markets and footprint of 1 billion consumers.
The new Global Commercial Partnerships Team will serve as a center of excellence for the company’s advertising partners — one with creativity, innovation and strategic insight at its core. This team will provide centralized access to best-in-class content, distribution at scale and streamlined products including video, social and data, all expanding the company’s ability to deliver dynamic business solutions for key advertising partners worldwide.
“As we continue our evolution into a global media company, we have an incredible opportunity to create more holistic, global partnerships with our clients,” said Pam Drucker Mann, Global Chief Revenue Officer and President, U.S. Revenue. “I’m confident that, with this unified Global Commercial Partnerships Team in place, we will be better equipped to serve our clients and deliver best-in-class service across all of our markets worldwide.”
The Global Commercial Partnerships Team will be structured as follows and takes effect immediately:
Jamie Jouning, chief client officer, will lead all global sales initiatives, including responsibility for global key accounts, multi-market deals and international team coordination, and work to develop more holistic partnerships with clients. He will also define global B2B strategy and oversees central digital operations. Matteo Gabba, executive director, commercial, will continue to work closely with Jamie managing multi-market deals across the portfolio.
Taly Yaniv, senior vice president, global client services, who served in senior marketing roles at Pandora and American Express, will manage and service key global accounts from ideation and product strategy to campaign delivery and management. In addition, she will manage U.S. client services and coordinate best practices with local markets around the world.
John Deschner, managing director, CNX, who served as chief innovation officer and managing director at TBWA/Chiat/Day LA, will expand custom solutions and creative agency services business globally to include consulting, strategy and insight, experiential and talent resourcing.
Craig Kostelic, chief business officer, advertising, will now lead video efforts globally to build on the success of the company’s video business worldwide. He will also maintain his responsibilities for U.S. enterprise and digital operations teams.
Eric Johnson, senior vice president, commercial marketing and events, will expand his responsibilities to focus on a unified B2B positioning of the Condé Nast brand, and create a central events unit for global tentpoles which will establish shared practices in positioning, rate card, margins and ticket sales.
The company is also forming a new Global Business Intelligence Team team to help support these efforts, which includes Courtney Verdier, senior vice president, commercial strategy, Barbra Perlstein, vice president, finance, advertising revenue, Fiona Kellerman, vice president, commercial transformation and operations and Sandra Tinker, commercial operations director.
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