As part of this restructuring of the publishing house, Philip Hofmann, who recently joined Weltwoche and has many years of management and sales experience, will take over as head of the advertising market. As before, the reader market is the responsibility of operations manager Samuel Hofmann, both of whom now report directly to the editor-in-chief and publisher.
Florian Schwab, 36, longtime Weltwoche-He has successfully built up the corporate publishing division and, as publishing director, has been responsible for growth in the reader and advertising market of the Weltwochewhich has grown in both print and online business. In his new position, Florian Schwab will continue to look after the corporate publishing area and remain a valued contact for our customers.
Editor-in-chief and Weltwoche owner Roger Köppel: "I warmly congratulate Florian Schwab on this promotion. I have unleashed myself from politics to promote the growth of the Weltwoche with even more energy and without conflicts of interest. Our unconventional journalism - independent, critical, good-humored - stands for diversity of opinion and peaceful coexistence. This goes down well, especially in times of opinion concrete, doomsday sentiment and confrontation. The traditional Swiss title Weltwoche celebrates his 90th birthday this year in the best of health. Now we are turning over a new leaf, in every respect. There are so many fields where we can still grow. I'm delighted and highly motivated to join Florian Schwab and my team in taking on this opportunity-rich and challenging task."