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Lilian Ingenkamp

Editor in the AD style department

Lilian Ingenkamp came up through the ranks at Condé Nast, beginning her career as a student intern at Glamour and Vogue. Today, she is a copy editor at AD and always on the lookout for the newest in top design. “The most striking thing everyone in the editorial office has in common is a strong sense of style, design, and aesthetics,” she says. In her interview, she provides a few useful tips for potential job applicants.
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Karin Baumsteiger

Circulation manager newsstand trade

When Karin Baumsteiger was 19, she was already carrying the latest issue of Vogue in her bag. She trained as a dressmaker, and ended up in press distribution almost by accident. “I did that for ten years before joining Condé Nast. I know my way around the field. You could almost say I’ve arrived where I always wanted to go anyway.” In her interview, she reveals some of the creative tactics she and her colleagues use to keep Condé Nast ahead of the competition in stores.
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Christian Tiede

Comptroller

“The staff identifies with the brands and the publishing house to an enormous degree,” says comptroller Christian Tiede, who deals with the accounting side of things. In his interview, he addresses the analytical skills and enjoyment in working with numbers, as well as other skills, that are helpful for a successful career in this end of the business.
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Markus Uhl

Lead data scientist

“We are at the very forefront of technical capabilities,” says Markus Uhl. As the top IT expert and lead data scientist at Condé Nast Germany, he oversees all the data collection and processing. He describes what makes working for a media company so exciting in his video interview.
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Kristin Mehner

Entrepreneur in Residence

Entrepreneur in Residence Kristin Mehner develops digital business models for Condé Nast Germany. She is the driving force behind the Glamour Germany app which serves as a shopping companion for hundreds of thousands of fashion fans during GLAMOUR Shopping Week. “The project is to be seen as an own start-up,” Kristin Mehner explains. In her interview, she describes the not-so-daily business behind her extraordinary job title.
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Gert Kauntz

Chief Creative Technologist

Chief Creative Technologist Gert Kauntz and his team are responsible for the technical development and support of all our digital products. His favorite project: the free Email service VOGUEmail. “It was a rather crazy idea. I am very grateful that we can pursue projects like that here at Condé Nast, as long as they have potential.“ In his interview he explains in how far his team is getting „creative“ and how much beauty and fashion know-how is required when working in his team.
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Andrea Latten

Brand Director VOGUE & AD

Andrea Latten, Brand Director VOGUE & AD, is shaping the brand sphere of two of our greatest style authorities. She develops new brand sales concepts along with the editor as well as the sales teams in order to create revenue from brand experiences that even go far beyond the magazine and website. Her wish: "I hope that someday soon, when people hear of 'VOGUE' or 'AD', their first association won’t only be the magazine, but a whole brand environment."
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Viktoria Mattler

Auszubildende zur Medienkauffrau Digital und Print

During her vocational training in the publishing/media business, Viktoria Mattler is getting to know all departments inside Condé Nast. The fact that she must become acquainted with a new team every few weeks, is not only a professional, but also personal gain for her: “Due to the frequent job rotation you become more outgoing and improve your networking skills”. In her interview she tells us about her experiences at Condé Nast.
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Karriere bei Condé Nast

As the German subsidiary of one of the largest private media concerns in the world, we combine a strong international reputation and a global network with all the advantages of a medium-sized publisher. Our brands are both our pride and our strength - premium brands with a long tradition, outstanding quality standards, and a strong market position.

Great brands are created and shaped by people - people with entrepreneurial spirit, passion, pluck, and long-term vision. So the around 360 employees at Condé Nast Germany are key to our business. Their creativity, pursuit of perfection, curiosity, and innovative strength are both the foundation and a continuing guarantee of our success.
Our corporate culture is based on trust. We believe in a dynamic working environment with horizontal organization, rapid decision-making processes, and open doors and ears. The present and the future of all divisions – editorial and marketing, as well as the central digital, technical, and sales divisions - are shaped by open-minded and highly professional teams of manageable size.

With creative autonomy and beholden only to Condé Nast’s brand philosophy and quality standards, the divisions work together to shape our print and digital media products. This requires freedom, team spirit, and a constructive working climate. We actively promote interdisciplinary cooperation, discourage limits on the thought process or boundaries between departments, and look forward to every new idea. We believe that the media live on change. New technology is changing the world of publishing and requires a constant process of adjustment and innovation. Our staff’s cross-media thinking, the desire and will to learn at every level, and joy in experimentation create the ideal environment to recognize and take advantage of opportunities.

You can learn more about Condé Nast Germany and international, as well as our various brands, business segments, and history by clicking on  “about us.”

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Working at Condé Nast

Find out more about working at Condé Nast, meet some of our staff from various divisions and learn how they got here, and what their jobs entail. 

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Fluency in German is a prerequisite for internships and employment with Condé Nast Germany, so the online application process is available only in German. 

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