Managing Director of Condé Nast Britain and former President of Condé Nast International, Nicholas Colebridge has been at the forefront of publishing for three decades, printing some of the world’s most well-known titles, including Vogue, GQ, Architectural Digest and many more. Following his time at The Evening Standard as a columnist, where he won the ‘Young Journalist of the Year’ title at the British Press Awards, he was appointed as Editorial Director at Condé Nast Britain, and was later promoted to Managing Director in 1991. Today, Coleridge is also Chairman of the Victoria & Albert Museum, which, as he points out to the Financial Times’ Jo Ellison, is “not that different” to being a publisher. Taking a closer look at the interview, we highlight five things we learn from Coleridge’s Lunch with the FT.
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