Miron to quit as director of women's media at Bauer

LONDON - Suzanne Miron, director of women's media at Bauer Media, is to leave the company in February to set up her own media consultancy.

Suzanne Miron: leaving her role as director of women's media with Bauer Media
Suzanne Miron: leaving her role as director of women's media with Bauer Media

Bauer has begun the search for her replacement.

Miron has held various advertising roles in women's magazines at Bauer Media, previously Emap, in the past 13 years. She took the role of director of women's media, responsible for magazines such as Grazia, Heat, More and Closer, in April 2008.

She has reported to David Davies, managing director of Grazia, Heat and Closer, since sales director Jason Trout left the company in the summer.

A spokesman for Bauer said Miron has played a huge role in "building its market-leading position" in women's magazines among advertising agencies and clients, and Bauer "wishes her every success" with the new consultancy.

 

 

 

 

 

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