I spoke with David recently about his upcoming fifth anniversary as president of Hearst Magazines and we talked about some of his most important successes, which he shared totally with his team, and about a particular failure that he assumed complete responsibility for. It was a conversation that looked back on his early years at Hearst, checked in with his present situation, and also expanded into the future of the globally-growing company. His focus is clear; while he's very proud of his team's accomplishments over the last five years, he's also ready to move forward
Fulfillment providers have always been a crucial part of the magazine industry. As long as readers subscribe to print magazines, circulation files will need to be managed. What has changed is that the data publishers can collect about their subscribers has expanded well beyond basic demographics. As our digital footprints continue to grow, traditional fulfillment and list management services are being supplemented by more holistic audience data solutions.
DES MOINES, Iowa & WASHINGTON - March 11, 2015 - CDS Global announced today a business process outsourcing partnership with The Atlantic, working with the publication on order and customer management solutions to support the magazine's print and digital content offerings. CDS Global is providing The Atlantic with full-service magazine fulfillment, including digital marketing services, multichannel customer service, mailing services and circulation analytics.
DES MOINES, Iowa & BOSTON - March 3, 2015 - Harvard Business Review and CDS Global announced today a partnership to support the magazine's print and digital content offerings worldwide. CDS Global, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hearst Corp., will provide full-service order management, fulfillment, customer service, mailing services and business intelligence for Harvard Business Review's print magazine, as well as access management to online content and archives on HBR.org.
Hearst Corporation today announced the acquisition of an 80 percent stake in KUBRA Data Transfer Ltd., a leading provider of digital bill delivery and payment services with offices across North America.
Malcolm Netburn has a positive outlook on the publishing industry. Perhaps that only comes naturally to the former deputy mayor of Pleasantville, N.Y.
His optimism helps keep the 2,500 employees at Des Moines-based content fulfillment company CDS Global moving forward.
If you ask Netburn, the company's CEO, the magazine and publishing industry is not dissolving, as some say. It's evolving, with new means of receiving information leading the digital age.
I always look forward to the new year and the enormous promise it holds. As 2014 begins, it's an opportunity to reflect on what we've accomplished and outline our priorities for the next 12 months.
I'm very proud of all we achieved in 2013, and it is our exceptional people and unique culture that make it all possible. Thanks to you, today Hearst Magazines is by far the strongest global magazine publishing company, and we're well positioned for 2014.
This helpful webinar provides insight into how publishers are using data to discover exactly who their reader is and how to reach her.
The Fulfillment Management Association's FMA Day 2013 held at the Princeton Club of New York opened with a clear presentation by Ethan Grey, SVP of digital strategy and initiatives at the MPA. Grey shared several digital success stories and then went on to explain that as an industry we need to market digital editions better than we have to date. He used Hearst as an example of a digital industry leader who has a "be everywhere strategy."
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