Peck deploys brand skills in marketing CondeNet

Gilbert, Jennifer
March 1999
Advertising Age;3/22/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 12, p42
Trade Publication
This article profiles Hilary Peck, marketing director for CondeNet, the online unit of New York-based Advance Publications. Before joining CondeNet in February, Peck was marketing director for Remy Amerique in New York. Her goals for the CondeNet Web sites include expanding an already significant customer base and marketing that audience to advertisers attentive to such competitors as women's networks, iVillage as well as Women.com. Peck also plans to add features to existing sites, such as Swoon's dream analyzer and Phys' pregnancy module.


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