Jed's track record of success and his original ideas to grow our business make him the perfect choice to lead The Week's print and digital sales and marketing team
NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 4, 2007
Hartman previously served as sales director at the New York office of The FORTUNE/Money Group, where he managed and led their NY Sales operation across FORTUNE, MONEY, FORTUNE Small Business and CNNMoney.com. Prior, Hartman served as New York advertising director for Fortune and Fortune.com. Before joining Time Inc. in 1999, Hartman was senior account executive and marketing liaison at Tennis Magazine , part of The New York Times Magazine Division.
"Jed's track record of success and his original ideas to grow our business make him the perfect choice to lead The Week's print and digital sales and marketing team," said Steven Kotok, general manager of THE WEEK . "Jed has the relationships, the intellect, and the creativity to effectively articulate the value of our engaged, affluent and information-hungry audience to the ad community."
Hartman graduated from St. Lawrence University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government and a Minor in Fine Arts.
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