Conde Nast scoops Canary Wharf magazine contract

Conde Nast’s contract publishing division has landed its first financial publishing contract with Canary magazine, which is aimed at people who work at Canary Wharf.

Conde Nast’s contract publishing division has landed its first

financial publishing contract with Canary magazine, which is aimed at

people who work at Canary Wharf.



Canary will have a circulation of 40,000 and will target business

executives who visit the commercial centre. The editorial, which will be

overseen by Kamin Mohammadi, will be centred on lifestyle features.



George Iacobescu, chief executive of Canary Wharf, said: ’New shops,

restaurants and hotels are opening weekly and we thought the time was

right to launch Canary to focus on the interesting people, places and

lifestyle here at Canary Wharf.’



Nicholas Coleridge, managing director of Conde Nast, said: ’It will be a

cross between Blueprint and Wallpaper. There will be articles about

retail, architecture, and the movers and shakers of Canary Wharf.’



He added that the win was ’prestigious and interesting, taking us into a

different area. We haven’t worked for a corporation like Canary Wharf

before.’



The magazine will be distributed through the big companies based at

Canary Wharf and will also be mailed to companies thinking of moving to

the area.



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