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15 September 2015

Ingenta announces new hires as part of strategic expansion

Ingenta has announced the appointment of Scott Winner, Executive Vice President of Global Projects, and Xin He, Technical Liaison Engineer, China. Having joined the company in a newly created role, Scott Winner is responsible for overseeing and evolving how Ingenta delivers its innovations to customers, while ensuring that every project...

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03 September 2015

The Royal Society and Canadian Science Publishing extend sales agreements with PCG

Long-time clients, Canadian Science Publishing and The Royal Society, have expanded their sales agreements with Publishers Communication Group (PCG) to full-time representation. Covering the North American library market on behalf of both publishers, PCG will now provide dedicated sales resource to each from its Boston-based team of industry sales professionals....

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01 September 2015

Ingenta launches new online platform ingentaDrive

Ingenta has announced the launch of ingentaDrive - a new packaged online solution that allows publishers to go live with fully branded, hosted online platforms within just weeks. Combining the ease-of-use of ingentaconnect with the bespoke, feature rich experience of pub2web, the new product is built on Ingenta’s tried-and-tested technology...

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13 August 2015

PCG hires Sarah Zhao as China sales representative

Sales and marketing consultancy Publishers Communication Group (PCG) announces that it has hired Sarah Zhao as its new sales representative based in China, effective July 1. Working from Beijing, Ms. Zhao will promote and sell content to institutions and consortia in the China market on behalf of PCG’s client publishers. ...

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04 August 2015

Society for General Microbiology launches new publishing platform

The Society for General Microbiology, the largest learned microbiological society in Europe, has partnered with Ingenta to launch its new publishing platform. Going live with a back catalogue of 55,000 articles, the new digital platform brings together scholarly content from all six of the Society’s journals, including the recently launched...

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14 July 2015

British Library and Ingenta collaborate to make Document Supply Service content available via ingentaconnect

The British Library and Ingenta today announced a new partnership, which will make 5,400 new journal and book titles available via the ingentaconnect online platform. With over 25,000 registered institutions and millions of end users in more than 170 counties accessing scholarly titles via ingentaconnect.com, the agreement offers the British...

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08 July 2015

PCG hires Sarah Zhao as China sales representative

Sales and marketing consultancy Publishers Communication Group (PCG) announces that it has hired Sarah Zhao as its new sales representative based in China, effective July 1. Working from Beijing, Ms. Zhao will promote and sell Western content to institutions and consortia in the China market on behalf of PCG’s client...

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27 May 2015

Open Access Books Slowly on the Rise - New study by PCG shows that OA monographs are now offered by 35% of scholarly publishers and catalogued by 57% of academic libraries

Publishers and libraries are increasingly experimenting with Open Access (OA) books, according to a new survey by industry advisors, Publishers Communication Group (PCG).  Books published under the so-called “author-pays,” Gold Open Access model with no paywall for readers are expected to slowly grow in importance, with funding derived from a...

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28 April 2015

PCG announces new representation agreement with Japanese medical publisher Meteo

Sales, marketing and research consultancy Publishers Communication Group (PCG), a division of Ingenta, has signed a new sales representation deal with leading Japanese medical publisher, Meteo, to help expand the reach of its Medical Online-E information service into North and South America. Hosting around 800 medical journals, over 1.3 million...

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26 March 2015

Print still king for so-called digital natives - New study reveals millennial readers across US and UK prefer to read print books and browse book shops

Millennials are far more likely to read printed books than ebooks, according to new research by Ingenta. The survey, which polled 2,000 consumers across the U.S. and U.K., aged between 18 and 34, found that in the last year, nearly twice as many respondents had read a print book (71...

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