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:: Launched a trade publisher's new publication and web site aimed at hard-to-reach professionals
:: Business Development assignment for a medical newsletter company.
:: Structured and created an equity partnership between an international publishing company and a start-up publication
:: Created a custom publishing plan for a cable TV network
:: Provided general circulation and consumer marketing advice to a major consumer sports publishing group
:: Led the project to launch a website for instruction manuals
An Associate of Quantum Media, Brian O’Leary is Principal of Magellan Media. Posts originally appeared on MagellanMediaPartners.com.
Jim Ledbetter -- the articulate veteran of business and political media properties -- is the Editor of Inc.Magazine and Inc.com since early 2014. Ledbetter’s talk kicks off Quantum Media’s off-the-record, “fireside chat” Media Guru breakfast series programmed with the Harvard Business School Club of Greater New York for 2015/2016. He’ll explain how a 35-year old brand is relevant and keeps growing even with millennial consumers through digital, print and events; and how the company continues to increase its influence in its (rather large) niche of entrepreneurial and innovative private companies. For more about Jim and how to buy tickets, stay tuned.
According to a recent extensive podcasted interview on Digiday, Ledbetter says that companies like Inc. need to find new models for publishing since admittedly, the “old ways are breaking down.” For example, Ledbetter says, “Facebook is scary in some ways. And it is possibly planning some kind of power grab. But if Facebook was capable of breaking your site and breaking your brand, it was probably going to break anyway.” After all, says Ledbetter, most media companies, including Inc. rely heavily on Facebook for traffic. And now, everyone must “function in an environment which ‘post-site.’
For more information or to buy tickets, check back shortly.
Ava Seave is Principal of Quantum Media. These posts originally appeared on forbes.com, where she is a contributor.
Join entrepreneurs, investors, media, and political decision makers from around the world for International Week, September 14-17, 2015 to discuss scaling innovations in specific industry verticals: including Entrepreneurialism, New Media and Publishing, and FinTech.
Programmed by Quantum Principal Stefanie Lemcke's NYIntl venture, the event is a two-way street for international companies coming here and for NYC-based companies to expand internationally, and provides a platform to discuss local, transatlantic, and global challenges and opportunities of scaling at speed, showcase best-practices, and connect with decision makers.
International Week 2015 has two parts: Transatlantic Entrepreneur Partnership (TEP) Conference Sept 14-16 and International Day September 17th.
For more information, go here.