October 4, 2017 Last Updated 3:41 pm

Beginning in January 2019, Quad/Graphics to print 100% of Condé Nast’s US titles

Under the new agreement, Quad will add six new titles: Bon Appétit, Brides, Condé Nast Traveler, Glamour, The New Yorker and Vanity Fair

SUSSEX, Wis. — October 4, 2017 — Quad/Graphics, Inc. (NYSE: QUAD) (“Quad/Graphics,” “Quad” or the “Company”), a global marketing services provider that helps brand owners market their products, services and content more efficiently and effectively, today announced that it has extended and expanded its relationship with publisher Condé Nast under a multi-year agreement.

Beginning in January 2019, Quad will produce 100% of Condé Nast’s titles, which include many of America’s most prestigious magazines. Quad currently prints Allure, Architectural Digest,Domino(a Condé Nast partnership with Domino Media Group), Golf Digest, GQ,GQ Style,Teen Vogue,Vogue, W Magazine and Wired. Under the new agreement, Quad also will produce Bon Appétit, Brides, Condé Nast Traveler, Glamour, The New Yorker and Vanity Fair. Condé Nast will take advantage of Quad/Graphics’ extensive mailing and distribution services, including its industry-leading co-mailing solutions that help publishers and marketers reduce postage expenses.

“This new agreement validates the strength of our relationship with Condé Nast and our ability to meet its high expectations for quality across all its magazine titles,” said Joel Quadracci, Chairman, President & CEO of Quad/Graphics. “By continually investing in our people, processes and equipment, we have built an industry-leading platform that helps publishers like Condé Nast improve both production-related efficiencies and advertiser effectiveness. We look forward to continuing to deliver value as a strategic partner.”

The history of Quad’s partnership with Condé Nast goes back to 1993 when Quad began printing Architectural Digest. Prepress work and printing of some titles followed, and by 2006 Quad was one of the publisher’s top print vendors.

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