The best and most effective way to reach luxury industry decision-makers
Partnering with the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference is one of the best and most effective ways to reach an influential audience of decision-makers from the international luxury and fashion industry.
Commercial partnerships allow sponsors to take advantage of the prestige, influence and reach of Condé Nast International’s various publications – from Vogue to GQ, Vanity Fair to Tatler, Condé Nast Traveller to WIRED – as well as a highly effective package of benefits before, during and after the conference.
Benefits of Partnering
- Gain close access to and showcase your brand or company in front of senior figures from the fashion and luxury industry in a sophisticated and intimate environment.
- Take advantage of a personalised and targeted invitation campaign for your clients and contacts.
- Be part of a multi-issue international print and digital advertising campaign that will feature in international editions of Vogue, GQ, AD, WIRED, Tatler, Vanity Fair and Condé Nast Traveller.
- Align your brand or company with Condé Nast International, the world’s leading premium media company.
Become a Partner
If you would like to discuss how your organisation can have a presence at the leading business event for the global luxury, fashion and retail industries, please contact:
Clare Casey, Head of Partnerships
firstname.lastname@example.org / +44 (0)7778 647511 / +44 (0)20 7152 3289
Charlotte Bamsey, Conference and Sponsorship Executive
email@example.com / +44 (0)20 7851 1961
Guaranty Trust Bank
Guaranty Trust Bank plc is a foremost Financial Institution with business outlays spanning Anglophone and Francophone West Africa, East Africa and Europe. The Bank presently has an Asset Base of over N3.287trillion and employs over 10,000 professionals in Nigeria, Cote D’Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Sierra Leone, Tanzania and the United Kingdom.
Established in 1990, on a foundation of excellence, professionalism and best practices, the Bank’s consistent delivery of innovative financial solutions and exceptional customer experiences has enabled it to record year on year growth in clientele base and key financial indices since inception. The Bank’s operation style, staff conduct and service delivery models are built on eight core principles: Simplicity; Professionalism; Service; Friendliness; Excellence; Trustworthiness; Social Responsibility and Innovation. These Principles are known as The Orange Rules which reflects the Bank’s vibrant Orange corporate colour.
At Guaranty Trust Bank plc, our vision is to build an enduring Proudly African and Truly International Institution that plays a fundamental role as a Platform for Enriching Lives by building strong, value adding relationships with our customers, stakeholders and the communities in which we operate.
Vienna Tourist Board
The Vienna Tourist Board is the city’s official destination marketing agency for the tourism industry. The Vienna Tourist Board’s market management is the primary point of contact for tour organizers and travel agencies. We facilitate contact with Vienna’s hotels, incoming agencies, museums, restaurants and many other service providers, and deliver detailed and objective reporting on Vienna’s tourism offerings. We are your contact party for joint advertising campaigns and study groups, and a resource for promotional materials about Vienna.
Find all the information that you need about Vienna – comprehensive, up-to-date and available in 13 languages – at www.vienna.info
Vienna 2020. Capital of Music
Vienna and music – they belong together. The focus in 2020 is on those artists and institutions that make Vienna the world capital of music. Now and in the future. It started long ago, for example with Ludwig van Beethoven, whose 250th birthday will be celebrated in 2020. He was a “musical Viennese by choice” – having chosen Vienna as the focal point of his life and creativity. Like him, world stars of the present have chosen Vienna as their special place of music. Billy Joel, Juya Wang, Hans Zimmer and Joshua Bell are just some of today’s Viennese by choice. They draw on the valuable tradition that lives on in Vienna and appreciate the innovative powers that the creative music scene is now unleashing.
Vienna bursts into bloom – Spring 2020
It’s easy to enjoy the green of springtime in Vienna – after all, green spaces account for almost half of the urban area. These include 280 imperial parks as well as the large recreational areas in and around the city. Other than that, Vienna has all sorts of open-air pleasures to offer in spring and early summer – from the “Schanigarten” outdoor seating areas in front of cafés to the opera experience under a canopy of stars.
Emperors and kings once surrounded themselves with the fine damasks, brocades and Gobelins made by Backhausen. They decorated their reception rooms with luxurious fabrics and designs, receiving heads of state from all over the globe. In 1888, the company Johann Backhausen & Söhne was awarded the title “k. u. k. Hoflieferant” – supplier to the Habsburg imperial household – around 70 years after Franz Backhausen began manufacturing ladies’ coats and jackets with 40 handlooms.
Inspired by the spirit of the Fin de Siècle, Backhausen worked with the great artists of the Wiener Werkstätte: Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser , Dagobert Peche and many more well- known members of this artistic community created impressive designs that Johann Backhausen & Söhne wove into avantgarde textiles. The magnificent original designs can be found today in the company’s design archive, which is protected as part of Austria’s heritage.
In 2014, Dr. Louise Kiesling acquired Backhausen and became its Creative Director. She has given the company’s traditional corporate image a new, clear vision for the future. The weaving factory at Hoheneich, in the heart of Austria’s Waldviertel region, has not only been strengthened, but will be maintained as an important industrial site and grow as a centre for textiles know-how well into the future.
Backhausen has presented a number of new collections in the years since the takeover, binding the company’s existing and new values ever closer. The use of high-quality natural fibres – most notably in the wool collections LANA, STIRLING and URBAN – is a clear statement of quality and sustainability. Added to this is a multitude of new creative processes stemming from the continuous partnership with the artistic avantgarde. All this strengthens Backhausen’s position as a traditional company with a secure view of the future.
The Belvedere in Vienna is one of the leading museums worldwide. Its famous art collection includes works ranging from the Middle Ages to the present day. Austrian art in an international context is presented in three locations. Highlights include the world’s largest collection of Gustav Klimt paintings as well as prominent works from the periods of Viennese Biedermeier, Austrian Baroque, Vienna around 1900, and French Impressionism. The institution’s central tasks focus on exhibiting, researching, collecting, communicating, and preserving. Ongoing advancements and digitalization in all areas ensures the Belvedere’s significance as an outstanding museum of the future.
Numerous major art works of European art history, among them Raphael’s “Madonna in the Meadow,” Vermeer’s “The Allegory of Painting,” the Infanta paintings by Velazquez, masterworks by Rubens, Rembrandt, Dürer, Titian and Tintoretto are housed in the paintings gallery. The Egyptian and Near Eastern Collection contains fascinating treasures from mysterious cultures long past.
The Kunstkammer Vienna (Chamber of art and wonders) with rarities from the former treasure chambers and cabinets of curiosities of the Habsburgs opened again in March 2013. The collection is one of the most significant of its kind in the world and displays precious artworks from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Baroque era. The highlights are the collection of Emperor Kaiser Rudolf II, the exotica complex and the famous “Saliera”.
The architectural mirror image of the Kunsthistorisches Museum is the Museum of Natural History on the opposite side, which was also built according to designs by Gottfried Semper and Karl von Hasenauer.
McArthurGlen is the leading owner, developer and manager of designer outlets in Europe. Its ever-expanding portfolio comprises 24 centres close to major cities in nine countries across Europe and Canada.
As the pioneer of designer outlet retailing in Europe, it continues to shape the concept of destination shopping for its local communities and international visitors. With its single-minded focus on customers, McArthurGlen builds beautifully-crafted shopping environments, with contemporary dining and entertainment offerings for all the family.
Rêve de Rive
Rêve de Rive holds a strong adoration for the Lake life that Geneva offers; our ports, sailboats and beaches that surround the brand’s daily inspiration provide a luxurious way of life. The mountain views and freshness of the water encompass the Swiss Riverian lifestyle. The Spirit of our collections embody bohemian ambience and glamour for distinct clientele to find their individual personality: from the beach, lounges or by boat. We work with regenerated nylon from materials rescued from the ocean. Through the process its recycled back to its original purity of virgin nylon. This material is then processed into textile yarns. Nylon has a potential to be reused and recycled infinitely, without losing its quality. Our materials are versatile, hyper-resistant, thin, elegant, stretch, soft and breathable: a unique mix of muscular compress and comfort. It is twice as resistant to chlorine and suntan cream, and oils. Rêve de Rive offers an eco-chic line in exclusive and limited numbers with the leftover material from its manufacturing process. Designed in Geneva, Made in Geneva.