Bone & Joint Publishing appoint Accucoms as their exclusive sales representative for institutional subscriptions in South Korea

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Bone & Joint Publishing appoint Accucoms as their exclusive sales representative for institutional subscriptions in South Korea

“Accucoms is a trusted partner who we have worked with in different ways for many years. With their extensive knowledge of the subscriptions market in South Korea, and well-established sales and marketing presence, we are excited to form this new relationship with them in this region.” Richard Hollingsworth, MD, Bone & Joint Publishing

“I’m delighted that Accucoms is going to represent Bone & Joint Publishing in Korea. Bone & Joint Publishing is one of the most well-known publishers in this field and has many institutional subscribers in Korea via the KMLA (Korea Medical Library Association) consortium. We are going to manage all requests from current & potential customers of ‘The Bone & Joint Journal’ whilst aiming to increase their readership in South Korea. The journal has had a high impact factor (4.306) in JCR every year and was ranked 7th in the ORTHOPEDICS field in 2019. I strongly believe that ‘The Bone & Joint Journal’ is going to keep influencing many articles in related fields.” SeongHwi Jeon, Commercial Manager, South Korea

The British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery is a not-for-profit charity and Company limited by Guarantee. It was formed in 1953 for “the advancement and improvement of education in orthopaedic surgery and allied branches of surgery”, achieved through publication of The Bone & Joint Journal, and related activities.  Under the imprint Bone & Joint Publishing, the Society owns and publishes The Bone & Joint Journal, Bone & Joint Research, Bone & Joint Open and Bone & Joint 360. In addition, the Society publishes EFORT Open Reviews in partnership with the European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EFORT), and publishes the Journal of Children’s Orthopaedics on behalf of the European Paediatric Orthopaedic Society (EPOS).