Woman&Home appoints marketing head

IPC Media title Woman&Home, the monthly glossy for women aged 40-plus, has appointed Zoe Levey as head of marketing. She will be responsible for developing the marketing of the brand incorporating print, digital and events.

IPC Media title Woman&Home, the monthly glossy for women aged 40-plus, has appointed Zoe Levey (pictured) as head of marketing. She will be responsible for developing the marketing of the brand incorporating print, digital and events.

Levey, who was most recently acting promotions director at rival Condé Nast title Vanity Fair, replaced Faith Hill who moved to IPC Southbank’s Wedding and Hair titles as publisher.

Levey as also worked at the National Magazines Company, where she was head of shows for Country Living and promotions manager for its Luxury Group, covering titles such as Harpers & Queen and Esquire.

Woman&Home publishing director Linda Swidenbank says: “Zoe was the perfect choice for this role, with a fresh insight into the women’s glossies and an excellent track record in developing concepts and contacts. She brings a new perspective to the team and is ideally placed to further develop the Woman&Home marketing strategy.”

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