Condé Nast Johansens has appointed Charlotte Evans as group publishing director today.
Evans joined the company in 1995 and will begin her new role in November, replacing managing director Andrew Warren who is retiring after 16-years in the role.
The new position will make Evans responsible for business development across all international markets Condé Nast Johansens cover.
Managing director of Condé Nast Nicholas Coleridge said: “I’m delighted Charlotte is taking on this challenging role, ensuring a smooth handover from Andrew Warren on his retirement.”
Evans added: “I’m hugely grateful to Andrew for all I have learned from him. The business comes to me in great shape, and I look forward to evolving the brand.”
The new role begins 5 November 2012.