G&J set to launch lifestyle title for upmarket women

December 1999
Marketing (00253650);12/16/1999, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that Gruner & Jahr, Europe's largest publisher, will launch a women's monthly magazine preliminarily named `Florence' in the spring of 2000.


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