Jane Francisco

Jane Francisco Returns as Keynote Speaker for Magazine Day 2017

The Advertising Club of Toronto will host their annual Magazine Day event on Friday, December 1, 2017 at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Toronto. Back by popular demand, this year’s keynote speaker is Jane Francisco, the Editor-in-Chief of Good Housekeeping and Editorial Director of the Hearts Lifestyle Group. She will share her experience leading a venerable brand through a massive transformation in a fireside chat with Jacqueline Loch, VP and Group Publisher of St. Joseph Media.

Magazines Canada is proud to co-present Jane Francisco’s keynote with St. Joseph Media. In addition to her well-received talk at last year’s Magazine Day, Jane was also the MagNet Marquee speaker at our 2017 national magazine conference.

Jane Francisco joined Hearst as Editor-in-Chief of Good Housekeeping in November 2013. In November 2016, Jane was also named Editorial Director of the Hearst Lifestyle Group, which includes Good Housekeeping, Redbook, Woman’s Day and Dr. Oz The Good Life. Under her leadership, Good Housekeeping was named to Adweek’s Hot List as the Hottest Women’s Magazine in 2016 and one of Advertising Age’s Hottest Magazines of the Year for 2016. Good Housekeeping now inspires a cross-platform audience of over 30 million women. Previously, Francisco was Editor-in-Chief of Chatelaine.

Tickets for Magazine Day 2017 are available for purchase online at adclub.ca/our-events/2017-magazine-day, and include lunch as well as pre- and post-event networking receptions. This event is focused towards agency planners and buyers, as well as magazine sales reps, publishers and editorial teams.

The Ad Club of Toronto will also announce this year’s Merit Award recipient and People’s Choice Awards for Media Planner/Buyer of the Year and Ad Sales Rep of the Year.

The Advertising Club of Toronto is a not-for-profit organization that serves the advertising industry and all its related services, including media, creative, production, advertising and marketing. The AdClub’s mandate is to raise and distribute charitable funds by organizing events that present the newest ideas and developments in the advertising industry and create social and business networking opportunities for ad industry colleagues. Visit adclub.ca.

For more information, please contact Tim Hughes at tim@cairnsoneil.com.

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