Condé Nast Entertainment is getting a new president steeped in video programming for Millennial audiences.
The two-day event, open to the public, will be held in Milan on Nov. 24 and 25.
The first Women of the Year conference under Samantha Barry was a typical array of women’s empowerment panels and speeches.
Chief communications officer Cameron Blanchard’s departure is just the latest high-level change within Condé Nast.
The fashion journalist, a former L’Espresso Group employee, will join the title in December.
The magazine publisher tapped an agency veteran to lead a broader branding agency, which will absorb 23 Stories.
Called Kane 11, the direct-to-consumer site will launch on Nov. 11.
The short movie is part of the second tie-up between the Italian label and the British title.
The patented model allows beauty brands to offer premium-size samples along with targeted advertisements to consumers through magazine subscriptions.
Fred Santarpia is leaving Condé during a time when the publisher is blending more and more operations with its international arm.
The advertising tie-in is the biggest simultaneously running cover campaign for Condé and Google.