June 9, 2017 Last Updated 8:40 am

Content marketing agency Cedar appointed publisher of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s magazine

‘It’s a real pleasure to work with a brand as prestigious and iconic as Mandarin Oriental, particularly as luxury travel has become such a heartland for us at Cedar’

The London-based content marketing agency Cedar today announced that they had been appointed the new publisher and content provider for Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s in-room and online magazine.

The current publisher appears to be Condé Nast (and the cover shot of the print magazine reflects the old publisher).

Cedar will also provide media sales, along with content for their new client.

The agency’s client list online shows British Airways, Airbus, Tesco and Nikon among the companies they have worked with.

Here is Cedar’s announcement of their new assignment:


LONDON, UK — June 9, 2017 — We are pleased to announce that Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has appointed Cedar as publisher and content provider for both its in-room and online magazine.

The content and media brief brings a new approach to connecting with the brand’s current and new customers. It includes digital consultancy, social strategy, content planning, monthly digital destination content and the production of the Group’s bi-annual in-room magazine available at all 29 hotels worldwide.

The brief also includes media sales, offering print advertising opportunities to carefully selected global luxury brands as part of Cedar’s Premium Travel Audience media offer. Cedar’s appointment followed a competitive pitch.

Cedar’s Business Development Director, Joe Costello said, ‘It’s a real pleasure to work with a brand as prestigious and iconic as Mandarin Oriental, particularly as luxury travel has become such a heartland for us at Cedar. We have exciting plans for its multichannel content and commercial portfolio that we can’t wait to share.’

Jill Kluge, Mandarin Oriental’s Group Director of Brand Communications, said, ‘We were delighted with Cedar’s creative response to our brief, and look forward to offering our guests an immersive editorial experience in both print and online.’

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