1979-2000
1979 Thomas Ganske succeeds Kurt Ganske as publisher.
1986 Hoffmann und Campe purchases the Berlin-based mail order bookseller FRÖLICH & KAUFMANN. The magazine Tempo is founded in Hamburg.  
1987 RELAIS & CHATEAUX magazine is founded.
1988 Jahreszeiten Verlag acquires a stake in the city magazine PRINZ.  
1989 Hoffmann und Campe takes over SCHROBSDORFF´SCHE BUCHHANDLUNG.
1990 Thomas Ganske buys GRÄFE UND UNZER VERLAG.
Establishment of the PRINZ-MEDIENHAUS.
 
1991 Opening of BUCHHAUSES CAMPE in Nuremberg's old quarter. SELBER MACHEN is launched in Poland as "Majster."
1993 Die Woche is been published for the first time in HOFFMANN UND CAMPE.  
1994 Gräfe und Unzer bring out the MERIAN LIVE travel guide series.
1995 Merian Scout from GRÄFE UND UNZER becomes the first travel guide for car navigation systems. PRINZ with 10 regional editions, now belongs to Jahreszeiten Verlag.  
1996 GUINNESS VERLAG, publisher of the German edition of the record book, is founded as a joint venture between Hoffmann und Campe and Guinness Publishing. Hoffmann und Campe begins publishing international corporate magazines, BMW MAGAZIN for BMW AG and NEW WORLD for Siemens AG.
ARCHITEKTUR & WOHNEN starts a new special series about travel destinations. The magazine Tempo is being discontinued.
 
1997 Jahreszeiten Verlag acquires "Ambiente", "Vif" and "Holiday" from Burda. FÜR SIE launches the special series "junge Küche" (Young Cuisine).  
1998 Gräfe und Unzer publishes books for FÜR SIE and DER FEINSCHMECKER. To mark its anniversary, MERIAN magazine is given a new logo and a new look. PRINZ puts a Website on the Internet. FÜR SIE launches another special series titled "Young Style."  
1999 COUNTRY is published by Jahreszeiten Verlag. DER FEINSCHMECKER launches an online restaurant guide on the Travel Channel. The GANSKE VERLAGSGRUPPE makes its first appearance on the Internet.  
 
2000
 


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