Accucoms, the specialist in global sales and marketing for publishers and societies, today announces that it will be the exclusive representative for The Royal Society in South Korea. Accucoms has represented The Royal Society in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa and parts of Asia since 2012, and are very pleased to also represent them in South Korea. The Royal Society is the oldest scientific society in the world, publishing some of the world’s most important science. Its portfolio has more than 20 journals, including Philosophical Transactions –the world’s oldest scientific journal, published since 1665. Accucoms is delighted to bring this high-quality scientific content to libraries in South Korea.
Rakesh Malik, Accucoms’ Commercial Director for Asia said, “South Korea’s research and development is traditionally strong in physical and life sciences – making The Royal Society’s content an important addition to many university collections. Our Commercial Manager in South Korea, SeongHwi Jeon, along with the rest of the Accucoms Asia team, will be working with and supporting The Royal Society’s current and future subscribers in South Korea.”
Accucoms provides societies and publishers with global reach through expert local teams around the world. The company operates in five continents, covering North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Turkey, India, South Korea, China, Taiwan and South East Asia.
Accucoms’ multilingual teams offer efficient and intelligent representation, market analysis and customer outreach to publishing clients. For more see www.accucoms.com
About The Royal Society Publications
The Royal Society has published scientific journals since 1665, inclusive of all scientific disciplines and drawing from sources across the globe. Their international, peer reviewed journals publish high quality science and provide an excellent service to authors and readers. The Royal Society offers 350 years of research across the whole of science, at transparent prices and with perpetual access to subscribed years.
For more information, please visit www.royalsociety.org/journals