NEW YORK, August 23, 2017 – Luxe Interiors + Design magazine today announced the appointment of Katie Brockman as the publication’s Group Publisher and Chief Revenue Officer. Brockman, who rose through the ranks of VERANDA over the past 14 years and most recently served as Associate Publisher, will be responsible for the continued growth of the Luxe Interiors + Design brand, implementing new marketing and sponsor programs and overseeing the sustained development of the brand’s national and regional businesses. Brockman will assume this role in September.
As Associate Publisher of VERANDA, Katie has driven tremendous growth, wrapping up 2017 with the seventh consecutive year of paging and revenue gains and closing the second largest September/October issue in the magazine’s history, and the largest issue in a decade.
“We are thrilled to welcome Katie to Luxe and the SANDOW team,” said Adam I. Sandow, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of SANDOW, publisher of Luxe Interiors + Design. “She brings with her the relationships, integrity and expertise necessary to take Luxe to the next level. As Luxe heads into 2018, we are uniquely positioned for bigger and bigger things. With the launch of brilliant new programs, and the successful continuation of our current initiatives, there has never been a more exciting time for the brand.”
“I am truly delighted to have Katie, a dynamic publishing professional, join our team,” said Vice President, Editor in Chief, Pamela Jaccarino. “This is an incredibly exciting time and I look forward to working with Katie as we continue to grow the Luxe brand.”
“I couldn’t be more excited to join such a dynamic and innovative company. Luxe, under SANDOW, is uniquely positioned to service the needs of our clients’ ever-changing businesses. With over 160 editorial features a year showcasing designers’ work across all 13 editions, Luxe is producing more editorial content than any other home brand. Luxe also gives regional designers a platform to showcase their work, and there is a lot of incredible design being done on a local level that deserves recognition,” said Brockman.
Luxe Interiors + Design currently publishes one national and thirteen local editions, celebrating regional architecture and design and encouraging design enthusiasts to seek out and connect with local design professionals. To learn more about Luxe Interiors + Design, visit www.luxesource.com.