Elevating Digital Solutions, Bonnier Names New Head of Brand Strategies for Three Titles
New York, NY, Oct. 16, 2012 — Positioning itself to better connect with their partners and audiences in the market’s digital landscape, Bonnier has promoted Glenn Sandridge to Director of Brand Strategies for Yachting, Boating and Flying. The move magnifies Bonnier’s commitment to embrace innovative and valuable multimedia programs that offer integrated advertising and market-research opportunities.
Sandridge has been integral, as marketing director for Bonnier’s marine titles for the past 21Ž2 years, in the implementation of several client initiatives to help drive conversation and deeper engagement with their customers. Sandridge plans to firmly establish Yachting, Boating and Flying as the leaders in the changing media world.
“Bonnier has developed and implemented total solutions connecting our passionate audiences to our clients. I plan to bring those digital and marketing capabilities to these iconic brands,” said Sandridge. “Our content teams are experts at providing the right message at the right time using the right technology. Utilizing all our print and digital assets customized for our client’s specific goals is a top priority.”
Sandridge spent more than 20 years in sales and marketing at MasterCraft, Bombardier, Toyota and MarineMax before joining Bonnier.
Glenn Hughes, group publisher of the titles, said of Sandridge, “Glenn understands the markets, the buyers and the challenges facing the industries. He has a keen mind and a strategic approach to leverage our new digital solutions to create integrated programs important to our marketing partners’ business objectives.”
Bonnier Corp. (www.bonniercorp.com) is one of the largest consumer-publishing groups in the U.S. and is the leading media company serving passionate, highly engaged audiences, through magazines, events, digital media and leading-edge products. Bonnier Corp. is the U.S. division of the Bonnier Group (www.bonnier.com), an international media group active in television, newspapers, magazines, movies, books and digital media.