Leiden, The Netherlands – ACCUCOMS is delighted to announce several exciting new agreements representing prestigious publishing clients and their online publications into a number of key territories.
ACCUCOMS is pleased to announce a new representation agreement with the University of California Press. As of April 1st 2015, this new venture sees ACCUCOMS providing the publisher with sales representation in Latin America, The Middle East and North Africa.
The University of California Press are one of the most forward thinking scholarly publishers in the USA, producing a large volume of books and multi-issue journals in numerous fields of study. The publisher takes pride on challenging the status quo and collaborating with scholars, librarians, authors and students alike.
“The University of California Press champions work that influences public discourse and challenges the status quo and this why it is important to us to work with a leading sales and marketing specialist like ACCUCOMS to ensure that we reach the largest volume of readers we can. With their great market presence and immeasurable local knowledge, we believe ACCUCOMS can help us continue to shape the future of University of California Press in these territories.” (Rachel Lee, Library Relations Manager, University of California Press)
Following 3 years of successful collaboration, Institution of Civil Engineering (ICE) Publishing have now appointed ACCUCOMS as their exclusive representatives for India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. ACCUCOMS has worked with ICE Publishing since 2012, providing an array of promotional support including e-book and archives telemarketing campaigns. ICE Publishing’s vast portfolio includes an extensive range of books and journals in the civil engineering and construction industry, offering expert advice, leading research and best practice. Their specialist journals include internationally renowned titles such as Advances in Cement Research, Magazine of Concrete Research and Geotechnique.
India is a strategic territory for ICE Publishing due to its rapidly expanding technology industry. This latest agreement, which started on March 1st 2015, will see ACCUCOMS regional sales team utilizing their expertise and extensive local knowledge of the Indian market.
“The Indian market is a key territory for ICE Publishing. ACCUCOMS offers good market knowledge and excellent relationships with local universities, libraries and great access to consortia. We are very happy that ACCUCOMS will be providing exclusive representation in these areas and believe that together we can continue to expand on our current achievements.” (Lesley Maw, Sales Manager, ICE Publishing)
In addition to these exciting developments, ACCUCOMS is happy to announce a representation agreement with Penton’s Aviation Week Network. The agreement, which commenced on April 1st 2015, provides ACCUCOMS with the rights to represent Aviation Week’s data and intelligence services throughout most of Europe.
Aviation Week is the largest information and services provider to the global commercial, defense, maintenance/repair/overhaul (MRO), space and business aviation communities. Its data and intelligence services provide customers with the essential data and intelligence they need to make decisions and grow their business.
According to Anne McMahon, Aviation Week Vice President of Intelligence and Data Services, “We are excited about our relationship with ACCUCOMS and are confident both parties will benefit greatly from this collaboration”.
“ACCUCOMS is delighted to be representing these clients in such key areas of their business and will ensure they benefit fully from our broad ranging expertise, well-established market presence, intuitive multilingual teams, and excellent links with academia and consumers. We know that together we can continue to achieve measurable results and build on our already successful collaborations” commented Commercial Director of ACCUCOMS, Simon Boisseau.
For more information about any of the above publishers, contact your local ACCUCOMS representative.