Stefano Maruzzi to leave CondeNet

Stefano Maruzzi, president of CondeNet International, the global digital unit of Conde Nast, is to leave the publisher.

Maruzzi is leaving the company after two years for personal reasons and will return to his native Italy.

The publishing company has launched a hunt for his replacement, who will be responsible for the publisher’s worldwide web presence including 58 websites across 12 countries, excluding the US.

Albert Read, general manager Conde Nast UK, is overseeing the role until a replacement is found.

Prior to joining CondeNet, Maruzzi was international director of strategy and content for MSN.

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