Egmont was born in a Copenhagen kitchen in 1878, when a young typesetter called Egmont Harald Petersen started printing business cards, letterheads, and magazines using a small press that his mother bought him.
The world of media has changed dramatically since then. Egmont has grown and diversified to include hundreds of subsidiaries and joint ventures across the world, covering print publishing, TV, film, e-commerce, digital marketing, and gaming.
With print revenues declining, the company is using censhare to keep its magazines as profitable as possible for as long as possible, and making strategic acquisitions that will still be relevant to its established magazine audiences.
Download the case to study to learn in full how Egmont is using censhare to:
Automate 70% of its layout work
Reuse 10% of its content
Create 8x more frequent visual refreshes for its magazines than it did before censhare
Save 30 minutes per employee each day through process automation
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