A small trip around the world with BurdaInternational: This month, we are looking over to our Polish colleagues who introduced a new visual identity, complete with a redesigned logo and the Women of Power initiative.
2,400 employees, 14 countries, 250 media brands: That's BurdaInternational in figures. But who exactly are the colleagues and what is it that keeps them busy? Whether it’s Asia, Africa or Europe – we regularly provide an insight into the different areas and topics of Burda's international colleagues. Join us on a world tour!
At the end of April, the Burda Media India team held a two-day offsite meeting at a heritage resort in Rajasthan. They stayed at Fort Tijara, an unfinished, abandoned but now beautifully restored palace offering a unique living environment not far from Delhi. The event brought together all 80 employees from Delhi, Mumbai, and other cities around India, giving many the opportunity to meet face-to-face for the very first time. In addition to a series of team-building activities and workshops, each of the brands (Lifestyle Asia India, Travel + Leisure India, Travel + Leisure South Asia & Architecture + Design) shared an update on their upcoming campaigns and business strategy for the coming year.
From June 2 to June 5, the UK celebrated a historic milestone: Queen Elizabeth II became the first monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years on the throne. To honour the world’s longest-serving monarch, Immediate’s Radio Times, the world’s longest-running TV and radio listings magazine (1923), published a souvenir issue to mark the occasion. The Queen has featured on the magazine’s cover more often than any other person in its long history, so it was only proper that she should grace it once again on this exceptional occasion. The issue included exclusive features and recommendations on the Jubilee celebrations. In addition, Radio Times has also published a commemorative bookazine celebrating The Queen through the pages of Radio Times, from her very first cover as Princess Elizabeth in 1939 to the current day.