Ommedya Group has launched a Turkish edition of Mondadori’s fashion magazine, Grazia.
The launch comes as a result of a licensing agreement between the two companies, and the title appears on newsstands from 11 March. This marks Grazia’s 24th international edition (including Italy).
Zeno Pellizzari, Mondadori International Business’ general manager told FIPP: “This new partnership represents an important achievement because it allows us to extend the Grazia International Network in the Mediterranean basin, in an economy, like that of Turkey, which is enjoying excellent performance and is becoming a privileged stage for new investment in the fashion world.”
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