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Why You Want to Get a Job at Vogue Magazine:

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Get­ting a Job at Vogue Mag­a­zine, owned by the Conde Nast Pub­lish­ing Com­pa­ny,  is like get­ting a dai­ly “brush with Fame”.  Anna Win­tour, Vogue’s Edi­tor and Chief, is known as the most influ­en­tial woman in fash­ion. Work­ing at the mag­a­zine is so pres­ti­gious Mer­rill Streep played Anna Win­tour in a movie about work­ing at the mag­a­zine, The Dev­il Does Pra­da, also star­ring Anne Hath­away as the “fash­ion­less” per­son­al assis­tant. But in real life a job at Vogue can change your life.  Ask Paris Mitchell about that.  She land­ed the job a mil­lion women would kill for when she was hired as the assis­tant to US Vogue design direc­tor, Raul Mar­tinez. Now out on her own, today she is con­stant­ly in-demand as a styl­ist and also co-found­ed online store The Mer­can­tile and cloth­ing line Paris Geor­gia Basics with pal Geor­gia Cher­rie. The cul­ture of the fash­ion mag­a­zine can be summed up in the qual­i­ties that Anna Win­tour looks for in an employ­ee: Cul­ture, Con­fi­dence, Point of View, Per­son­al Style, High Ener­gy, Ambi­tion, Open­ness to Col­or (mean­ing wear­ing col­or) and final­ly Pre­sentabil­i­ty. Vogue Mag­a­zine has a cir­cu­la­tion of 220,000 was found­ed 125 years ago and has been track­ing and lead­ing fash­ion since…

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Automated platform iSocket kicks the kerfuffle out of ad-buying and bags $5 million in venture funding

Tech-savvy art direc­tors and hard-nosed account man­agers alike would con­cede that if an adver­tis­ing tech plat­form can raise a Ven­ture round of $5 mil­lion bare­ly five years after its launch, it’s prob­a­bly got one hell of a prod­uct to play with. And that would cer­tain­ly be true of iSock­et, the San Fran­­cis­­co-based start­up that has just closed such a deal in a fund­ing round led by Time Warn­er Invest­ments, bring­ing its fund­ing total to a hefty $15.1 mil­lion (Condé Nast also par­tic­i­pat­ed). Sooth­ing the ad-buy­ing headache The more per­spic­u­ous art direc­tor will rec­og­nize that these investors are two of the biggest names in pub­lish­ing. In a nut­shell, iSocket’s pri­ma­ry mis­sion is to let online adver­tis­ing agen­cies, brands and buy­ing and plan­ning plat­forms to con­nect eas­i­ly with top pub­lish­ers to buy adver­tis­ing, while mak­ing it equal­ly easy for pub­lish­ers to sell their dig­i­tal ads. This cuts out a good deal of ker­fuf­fle in between, like get­ting pub­lish­ers’ sales staff to woo buy­ers (and man­age rela­tion­ships with them) via email, over the phone or with Excel. Instead of the tra­di­tion­al spread­sheet palaver, which can include as many as 50 sep­a­rates steps (col­lect­ing mock­ups, mak­ing inven­to­ries, nego­ti­at­ing opti­mal ad sizes, for­mat­ting, pric­ing and…

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