|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.|