Editorial office

Journalists, photo editors, fashion, beauty, design or science experts, graphic artists, social media editors and many more - the job profiles in our editorial offices are exciting and multifaceted. Autonomous in the creative process, committed only to the brand philosophy and the quality standards, they design our diverse media products for print and online. The print and digital editors of VOGUE, GLAMOR, GQ and AD are based in Munich - as well as the editorial teams of our content marketing agency, Condé Nast Manufaktur. Get to know some of our colleagues from the editorial offices and their daily work.

Andrea Ketterer

Editor-in-chief GLAMOUR

Andrea Vollmer-Hess

Photo editor for VOGUE and syndication manager for Condé Nast Germany

Sales & Marketing

Our marketing teams, in addition to the editorial offices, are the largest division due to their economic importance. The marketing team designs and implements creative campaigns, events and brand experiences. In doing so, they work closely with the brand sales teams, which ia. Develop marketing concepts for our events.

The two key sales teams responsible for selling print ads and digital ad formats are also playing a key role. They work hand in hand with Digital Product and Campaign Management and the Client Services team, which develops creative cross-media advertising solutions for our customers.

Kathrin Ölscher

Senior Marketing Manager GLAMOUR

Andrea Latten

Brand Director VOGUE & AD

Digital & Technologie

Digitalization and technological change make the media industry one of the most exciting and dynamic environments for digital and tech experts. Our digital teams work closely with the digital editors and are in close contact with the central digital units of Condé Nast International in London. Developers are constantly working on improving our websites and apps, programming innovative products and services like the GLAMOR Shopping App or Vogue Mail. Other teams in this area are responsible for product management or specializing in data analysis and audience development.

Markus Uhl

Lead Data Scientist

Central sectors

For corporate success and smooth internal processes, the central areas of Condé Nast are very important. These include, for example, the sales department responsible for the sales of our magazines and digital products, or the manufacturing department that controls all production and printing processes. Other key departments include corporate communications, human resources, in-house IT support, financial accounting and controlling, and house services. Get to know some colleagues from this area.