A Decade After Launching, Monocle Is Still Confident About Print
Andrew Tuck, the editor of Monocle, is confident the magazine is never going to have a Snapchat team.
In the decade since it was founded, Monocle has strived to make strategic decisions about where and when to invest in new products and initiatives, both editorially and commercially. Editorially, it launched Monocle 24, its 24-hour radio station, six years ago; it has branched out into events; and it's just getting to the end of a month-long experiment with print, the Monocle Summer Weekly.
Monocle now has about 110 employees across its departments, from finance to film, with bureaux in London, Istanbul, Tokyo, New York, Hong Kong, Zürich, Toronto and Singapore.