About the role
The Art Newspaper (TAN) is looking for a successful and dynamic CEO/Publisher who will be responsible for growing the business and managing the commercial side of this leading title. They will develop The Art Newspaper’s audiences and revenue streams, building on TAN’s unrivalled reputation and brand profile in the art industry and the wider art world. They will work closely with the Editor and other senior executives, and lead a team of talented individuals, helping them to achieve and exceed their goals in a fast-moving arts and media landscape.
Their primary responsibilities will be to oversee and develop the commercial side of the business, and to create and implement an overarching strategy that will generate new revenue and ensure that The Art Newspaper’s content, across all media, is distributed, promoted, and marketed in the most effective way, locally, nationally, and internationally. They will define the business strategy, determine new opportunities, and drive subscriptions, membership schemes, circulation and advertising plans; as well as developing sales and partnership leads, and marketing and distribution collateral.
The right candidate will be a proven leader in the publishing field, with excellent management skills, superb networks and experience with budgets; someone who knows how to harness the prestige and potential of The Art Newspaper’s multi-media offer. They will be an excellent strategic thinker able to develop and execute plans. They must have the drive and knowledge to grow the business, while maintaining cost control, and be committed to creating a culture where everyone in the business feels supported and motivated.
Salary on application.
This is a full-time, London-based position. Interested candidates should send a CV with a covering email with “CEO” in the subject line explaining your suitability for the role to email@example.com.
The Art Newspaper is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to building an equitable workforce and promoting qualified persons regardless of race, gender, colour, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status, veteran status and others who are under-represented in the cultural sector. Our application period will be open until we have a diverse and qualified pool of candidates.
About The Art Newspaper
For more than 30 years, The Art Newspaper has been covering the world of art—and the world in which art happens. We write about all the latest developments, but also analyse the most significant events and trends, looking at how the international landscape of art and culture shapes—and is shaped—by politics, society, the economy, technology and the environment.
We serve an international audience, offering multi-channel access to breaking news, agenda-setting investigations and stimulating insights and opinion from around the globe.
With correspondents working in more than 30 countries, our expert, independent reporting makes us the most trusted resource for the art industry as well as for collectors, art advisers, policymakers, artists, museum professionals and those who enjoy visiting art fairs and exhibitions. The Art Newspaper benefits from being part of an international network of titles with editorial offices in London, New York, Paris, Turin, Athens, Moscow and Shanghai.