Welcome to another edition of Ufront Media Insights!!
I had the opportunity to interview Mr. Drew Schutte the Chief innovation Officer for Conde Nast after the Bloomberg Disruptors panel during Advertising Week 2013.
The panel highlighted generation of next leaders inciting change, growing share and the emergence of technology as a key decision driver in the companies.
I really liked one of the panelist Mr. Drew Schutte because he gave insights about how he and his team moved Conde Nast from a traditional magazine company to a digital content company because in our exclusive interview he outlines how Conde Nast has moved from being a magazine company to the company that creates content for their world class brands.
Here is a little background on Mr. Drew Schutte. He is serves as Chief Integration Officer and Executive Vice President at Wired Ventures Inc (Condé Nast). Mr. Schutte has been Chief Revenue Officer and Senior Vice President of Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (now CondéNet, Inc) since February 2009. Mr. Schutte served as Vice President of Conde Nast Publications Inc., since January 7, 2008. Mr. Schutte served as Publishing Director of The New Yorker, Inc. from January 7, 2008 to February 2009 and served as its Vice President until February 2009. He served as Vice President, and Publishing Director of Wired Media. He joined the magazine in 1994 as West Coast Advertising Manager. Before joining Wired, Mr. Schutte spent three years at Business Week Inc., and also served at PC Week and PC Magazine. He served as East Coast Manager for PC Week and West Coast Manager for Inc. In November 2005, Mr. Schutte launched the Wired Store. Mr. Schutte was responsible for the creation of the acclaimed Wired NextFest. He was instrumental in the creation of the spin-off magazine Wired Test. He serves as Director of Interactive Advertising Bureau Inc.
So enjoy the interview and I would love to here your feedback.