CAP Extends Agreement with Cornell University Press for E-Books

Combined Academic Publishers (CAP), a division of the Mare Nostrum Group, is delighted to announce that from 1st June 2021 they will be extending their agreement with Cornell University Press to include responsibility for the sales and marketing of all e-books in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific. CAP has represented Cornell University Press’ diverse range of print titles in these territories since March 2018, and is looking forward to driving forward sales of their digital content in a rapidly expanding and evolving digital landscape.

Martyn Beeny, marketing and sales director of Cornell University Press, comments:

We are delighted that Combined Academic Publishers will market and sell our e-books in their territories. CAP’s team is highly skilled and dedicated to the great books Cornell University Press and its imprints publish. We are confident that this new agreement will extend our reach and sales far beyond our previous capabilities.

David Pickering, managing director of the Mare Nostrum Group, adds:

Like many academic publishing businesses, we have experienced a significant uplift in demand for digital content during the pandemic and we are pleased that we can now utilise our sales and marketing expertise and network to take full advantage of these opportunities on behalf of Cornell University Press.

About Cornell University Press

Established in 1869 as the first American university press, Cornell University Press publishes nonfiction, with particular strengths in anthropology, Asian studies, classics, geography, higher education, history (US, European, Asian, and military), literary and cultural studies, medieval studies, New York City and State, politics and international relations, Russian and Eurasian studies, sociology, and urban studies.